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Spotlight on BEPS 2.0: developments and practical implications for US MNEs

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On this webcast, panelists discuss practical steps US MNEs can take to prepare for, and comply with, upcoming Pillar Two global minimum tax rules.

Jurisdictions are enacting and proposing legislation implementing the Pillar Two rules developed under the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development/G20’s project on addressing the tax challenges of the digitization of the economy (BEPS 2.0). Global minimum tax rules are set to take effect as soon as 2024, and many multinational entities (MNEs) still have a lot to do to prepare.

To help with these efforts, EY is launching a one-hour webcast series focused on steps MNEs can take to prepare for, and comply with, these new rules. Join Pillar Two subject-matter professionals for an action-oriented panel discussion, moderated by EY’s Jose Murillo, National Tax Department Leader and former US Department of the Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary (International Tax Affairs). Topics to be covered on the webcast will include:

  • Recent BEPS 2.0 activity around the globe
  • Potential US Congressional response to BEPS 2.0
  • BEPS 2.0 considerations for M&A transactions



  • Craig Hillier, EY Americas International Tax and Transaction Services (ITTS) Leader; Principal, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Colleen O’Neill, Director of ITTS, National Tax Department, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Jason Yen, Principal, National ITTS, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Shane Kiggen, Principal, National ITTS, Ernst & Young LLP



  • Jose Murillo, National Tax Department Leader; Partner, Ernst & Young LLP

EY webcast managed and produced by Ernst & Young LLP’s Tax Technical Knowledge Services Group, Washington, DC: Lynn Fairfax.


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