EY Digital Tax webcast
Taxation of the digital economy: June 2019 update
We are offering this webcast twice in 24 hours. Please register for the webcast that best suits your schedule. Please note that participants can earn CPE for only one event. Viewers will not earn two or more CPE credits for participating in multiple events.
Join our June webcast as we continue to track the activity surrounding taxation of the digital economy. In this session we’ll focus on the OECD’s workplan on addressing the tax challenges of the digitalized economy, which will be released by the OECD in advance of the June G20 Finance Ministers’ meeting.
The OECD issued a consultation document on 13 February with proposals to change existing profit allocation and nexus rules and a proposal for global anti-base erosion rules. These proposals are significant departures from current international tax norms and have significant implications for a broad range of cross-border businesses, digital or otherwise. The workplan will outline the next steps and timeline for development of these proposals into consensus agreement in 2020.
Our panelists will address:
- The current thinking of the OECD
- The views of key countries
- The status of the European Commission’s work on digital taxation
- The status of unilateral actions around the world
- The proposals’ potential impact on business operating models and supply chains, corporate structures, tax operations, and tax controversy
- How businesses can get involved in these policy discussions
Let us help you stay updated on the latest developments.
- Channing Flynn – Partner, International Tax Services and EY Global Tax Technology Sector Leader (Moderator)
- Barbara Angus – EY Global Tax Policy Leader
- Marlies de Ruiter – EY Global International Tax Services Policy Leader
- Gijsbert Bulk – EY Global Indirect Tax Leader
- Jeff Michalak – EY Global International Tax Services Leader
- Anne Welsh – US West Region Transfer Pricing Leader, Ernst & Young LLP (US)