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Global FS view on BEPS - latest developments for financial services

Global FS view on BEPS

This webcast series will focus on the latest BEPS developments and its impact on the financial services industry.


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It has been almost a year since the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) issued its proposals to tackle perceived tax avoidance by multinational corporations. As many countries, including the EU look to implement a number of the recommendations into their domestic legislation, changes in tax policy, resources and business models are inevitable.

What should I be doing?

In response to the BEPS recommendations, organizations are having to review their international tax and transfer pricing arrangements. Against this backdrop, we are delighted to invite you to our autumn webcast series, where our international panel will share their latest market insights as to what this means for financial services, with a focus on the developments that evolved over the summer months and the practical measures that the financial services industry will need to consider now.

Key issues to be discussed will include:

  • Revised guidance on Profit Splits
  • Allocation of Profits to PEs- Country by Country Reporting 
  • Hybrid and Interest Deductibility discussion drafts
  • Multilateral instrument following the working party 1 meeting
  • Latest proposals from the EU

Register for the relevant webcast below – we do hope you are able to join us!


Global FS view on BEPS – latest developments of relevance to banking institutions

Wednesday, 19 October 2016

9-10am EDT |3-4pm CEST

Register here.


Global FS view on BEPS – latest developments of relevance to insurers

Thursday, 20 October 2016

9-10am EDT | 3-4pm CEST

Register here.

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