In this webcast, panelists discuss the role of technology, specifically SAP business applications, in addressing new Pillar Two requirements.
Following the EU’s adoption of the Minimum Tax Directive, attention is turning toward implementation for legislators and businesses alike. Businesses will need to adapt their internal processes and systems to manage the new computations and data requirements, to calculate their minimum tax liabilities and satisfy reporting obligations.
Financial and non-financial data, structured and non-structured, transactional and aggregated data are required from a range of sources.
Questions being asked include: What data is required and is it readily accessible? Will my existing tax technology capabilities be sufficient? How are other businesses approaching global minimum taxes?
To discuss these questions and more, you are invited to join a special 90-minute webcast. This session is aimed at in-house tax, finance and tax technology professionals currently working with SAP enterprise technologies and applications.
During the session, you will hear directly from a tax technology director at a multinational in the chemicals industry, Erika Buson, Solution Owner for SAP Global Tax Management at SAP, and a mix of EY tax technology and policy professionals.
Topics to be discussed:
- Global and EU Pillar Two policy landscape in a nutshell
- Minimum taxes data challenge
- Some approaches taken by businesses
- Role and capabilities of business applications with SAP
- Building the right approach