In this webcast, EY professionals discuss digital tax policy developments at global, European and national levels that have significant implications for your digital strategy.
We are offering this webcast twice in 24 hours. Please register for the webcast that best suits your scheduling needs. Please note that participants can earn CPE for only one event. Viewers will not earn two or more CPE credits for participating in all events.
As businesses look for more ways to monetize their digital assets, global tax policymakers are rushing to keep pace, delivering corresponding new policies and regimes for taxing the digital economy.
Being ill-equipped, unprepared or otherwise unable to respond to the new requirements can lead to compliance risks, business disruption, unanticipated costs and reputation risk. We can help you understand the current state and prepare for the future.
Join EY’s global team of leaders for a discussion of topics including:
- The latest developments around European Commission, OECD and other multilateral organizations, as well as country-level debates for both long- and short-term policy solutions
- What to expect during the remainder of 2019 and into 2020
- The impact of the digital tax debate on the wider direction of global tax policies, both direct and indirect
- Specific implications for a range of common digital business models
- What to do now to assess, respond and comply with new obligations
- How to communicate and take action across different business units, groups and key stakeholders within and outside of your enterprise
- Stephen Bates, Principal, International Tax Services, Ernst & Young LLP (US)
- Alfonso J Capito, Oceania Tax Policy Leader, Ernst & Young (Australia)
- Marlies de Ruiter, EY Global International Tax Services Policy Leader
- Cathy Koch, EY Americas Tax Policy Leader
- Tracey Kuuskoski, APAC Digital Indirect Tax Leader, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP (Singapore)
- Matthew Mealey, Partner, International Tax Services, Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
- Chris Sanger, EY Global & UK Tax Policy Leader, Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
- Steven Wlodychak, Principal, Indirect Tax Services, Ernst & Young LLP (US)
- Channing Flynn, Partner, International Tax Services and EY Global Tax Technology Sector Leader