Wed Feb 3 GMT (9 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Wed Feb 3 9:00am - Wed Feb 3 11:00am
With the proliferation of unilateral measures across the globe, pressure is growing for international agreement to be reached at OECD level on a framework for taxation of the digital economy.
This panel will address:
> OECD Pillar I proposals for the reallocation of taxing rights to market jurisdictions
• What are the key areas of disagreement?
• Practical implications and challenges for multinationals
> What is the alternative?
• EU and unilateral measures; double taxation and trade war; or
• Coming back to other multilateral initial proposals from the UK or India (for instance)?
> The role of the US
• What can we expect from the Biden administration in 2021?
> Extra-territorial taxation in light of:
• German nexus rules which seek to subject non-residents to German tax on transfers of German registered IP
• Recent UK developments
2021 Chair, Speakers and Moderators
Partner, A&L Goodbodyn
Head of Tax, Sky Italia
Tax Partner, Bird & Bird
Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
Partner, CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats
Partner, Osborne Clarke
Global Head of Tax, Zalando
Partner, William Fry
Tax Partner, Matheson
Partner, Butler Snow
Partner, Head of Tax, Krogerus
Partner, Herzog Fox & Neeman
Teresa Novais Corrêa Meyer
Legal Intern, Cuatrecasas
2021 Sponsors and Supporters
• Ropes & Gray
• Chartered Institute of Taxation