WEBCAST

What Does Tax Certainty Mean in a BEPS 2.0 World?

Webcast overview

KPMG LLP (KPMG) is pleased to invite you to a one-hour TaxWatch webcast replay that addresses the latest thinking on what “tax certainty” might look like in a BEPS 2.0 world.

BEPS 2.0 guidance is still evolving, but there is little doubt that what is being contemplated will have a lasting impact on the global taxation system, including how companies and tax authorities handle international tax disputes. The OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework (IF) statement on October 8, 2021 finalized a high-level agreement on a tax certainty framework for Amount A. The OECD plans to have a series of public consultations regarding Amount A in 2022. The time is right to consider what is on the table. 

This webcast includes:

  • A focus on October statement’s tax certainty commitments: 
    • In-scope multinational enterprises (MNEs) will have access to mandatory and binding dispute prevention and resolution mechanisms that will cover Amount A.
    • In-scope MNEs will also benefit from mandatory and binding dispute prevention and resolution mechanisms that will cover related issues such as transfer pricing and permanent establishment disputes. 
  • A discussion with Sonja Schiller, Head of Global Tax Controversy at Netflix, Inc., about how a framework to deliver on these commitments could be designed and how the process might play out from a practical perspective.
  • Insights into how the Amount A certainty proposals may influence dispute prevention and resolution for taxpayers outside the scope of Amount A.

 

Moderator

Ronald Dabrowski

Ronald Dabrowski

Technical Deputy, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Featured speakers

Sean Foley

Sean Foley

Principal, Transfer Pricing Dispute Resolution, KPMG US

Mark R. Martin

Mark R. Martin

Principal, Tax, WNT - EVS, KPMG US

Thomas Bettge

Thomas Bettge

Senior Manager, Tax, WNT - EVS, KPMG US

Sonja Schiller

Sonja Schiller

Head of Global Tax Controversy, Netflix Inc.