Transfer pricing and country-by-country reporting: new challenges and extended compliance obligations in a post-BEPS world.
21 April 2016, 5:00PM - 6:30PM, CET
What challenges do the new BEPS transfer pricing rules present for local taxpayers?
What are the plans of the European Union in terms of country-by-country reporting?
After long discussions and negotiations, the publication of the final BEPS reports in October 2015 opened the road to the implementation of the OECD’s 15 action points. Within the BEPS work, transfer pricing plays a crucial role. Besides the central action point 13, the OECD dedicated a few other chapters to the subject and made it very clear that the success of the BEPS project now depends on the implementation of the minimum transfer pricing standards by all Member States. Lately, the European Union acknowledged once more the work of the OECD by initiating an anti-BEPS Directive as well as a Country-by-Country Reporting Directive.
KPMG Luxembourg is pleased to invite you (or a representative) to our conference, which will be held on our premises in Kirchberg-Luxembourg on 21 April 2016 from 5pm to 6:30pm. We hope and plan to shed some light on this challenging topic.
|5:00pm||WelcomeSébastien Labbé, Head of Tax, KPMG Luxembourg|
|5:05pm||Introduction: OECD and EU Actions against BEPS: How far are the EU Member States ready to go?
Flora Castellani, Director, Knowledge Management, KPMG Luxembourg
|5:15pm||Transfer pricing aspects of the final BEPS action plan and their impact on Luxembourg taxpayers
Heike Weber, Associate Partner, Financial Services, Tax, KPMG Luxembourg
|5:40pm||The EU’s Country-by-Country Directive: origins, impacts and solutions
Philippe Neefs, Head of Transfer Pricing Services, KPMG Luxembourg
Gérard Laurès, Partner, Head of Financial Services, Tax, KPMG Luxembourg