Wednesday 6 September 2017, 12.00 BST, 13.00 CEST
Host: Bill Dodwell
Presenter: Aart Nolten
The EU Commission has an ambitious tax agenda. The Member States have agreed to adopt two anti-tax avoidance directives (ATAD and ATAD2), which implement outputs from the G20/OECD-led base erosion and profit shifting project (BEPS). The Commission would like to go further by adopting a common tax base, public reporting by multinationals, tax disclosure rules and measures in relation to non-co-operative tax jurisdictions. What do the directives say and how could they impact your organisation?
- How the contents of ATAD and ATAD2 reflect the BEPS proposals and where they differ.
- The EU’s external strategy for effective taxation.
- Anticipated next steps, including the Common (Consolidated) Corporate Tax Base (C(C)CTB) and Public Country-by-Country Reporting.
Learn more about the EU Commission’s developing approach to taxation.