PODCAST

Public Country-by-Country Reporting: Opening Pandora’s Box

Destination Country X, Episode 04-2021 | The state of the debate on public country-by-country reporting requirements, EU and U.S. updates

Kimberly Majure

Kimberly Majure

Principal, International Tax, KPMG US

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Kortney Wallace

Kortney Wallace

Principal, International Tax, KPMG US

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John DerOhanesian

John DerOhanesian

Managing Director, International Tax, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

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Vinod Kalloe

Vinod Kalloe

Head of International Tax Policy, KPMG Meijburg & Co. (Netherlands)

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Podcast overview

When the OECD’s country-by-country reporting framework first surfaced, tax authorities took pains to ensure that, to the extent possible, taxpayer information was used appropriately and kept confidential. But not long after, the EU raised the possibility of public country-by-country reporting for multinational groups with EU operations. After much debate and a brief hiatus, EU public reporting has reappeared—not only on the horizon, but just around the corner. How did we get here and where is this going (and how quickly)? Vinod Kalloe, head of International Tax Policy from KPMG in the Netherlands, and John DerOhanesian, country-by-country reporting lead for KPMG in the United States, join Kim Majure and Kortney Wallace to discuss.

 

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