Videos: BEPS 2.0 Unpacked

What you should know about the OECD's current effort to modify the global taxing rules for multinational companies

 

BEPS 2.0 is a term referring to the latest round of efforts by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to examine and potentially modify rules for global attribution of taxing rights over the profits of multinational companies.

KPMG's Steve Blough unpacks the key elements of the OECD's BEPS 2.0 initiative in a series of three videos.

Stephen Blough

Stephen Blough

Principal, Economic & Valuation Services, KPMG US

Video 1: What Is BEPS 2.0?

What is BEPS 2.0 and why should all companies, not just "digialized" ones, care about it?

Video 2: BEPS 2.0 – Focus and Measures

Is BEPS 2.0 just focused on issues related to market intangibles? What kind of measures is the OECD considering to address these issues?

Video 3: BEPS 2.0 – What Can Companies Consider Doing Now?

Is my company really really affected by BEPS 2.0? Are there actions companies should consider undertaking now, despite uncertainty surrounding BEPS 2.0? How can KPMG help?