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Webinar: BEPS pillar two: why streamlining tax data management is essential

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Join ITR and insightsoftware at 1.30pm BST on July 18 2023 as they provide an update on BEPS 2.0 and explain why the transformation of tax processes is necessary to address the requirements of pillar two.

Register here for ITR and insightsoftware’s webinar on the data-related challenges that pillar two presents, and why it is essential to build a case for tax process transformation now.

BEPS pillar two is top of mind for most enterprise tax teams. Many have been keeping up with the regulatory changes and some have even started to identify what the impact might be for their organisation. However, most multinational organisations are still struggling with how to identify and extract the necessary data, how to manipulate and wrangle that data, and how to integrate it into a streamlined pillar two process.

In this webinar, insightsoftware, alongside leading tax professionals from KPMG, will discuss the business case for transforming your tax processes and systems to deliver what is required for pillar two, including:

  • An update on the status of BEPS 2.0;

  • The data challenges you will need to address;

  • How BEPS 2.0 ties into the overall need for tax transformation; and

  • Why you should build a business case now.

Kathryn Abate, senior product manager at insightsoftware, Susie Cooke, global tax transformation leader at KPMG in Canada, and Richard Wheeler, a director at KPMG UK, will address these key issues that tax teams are facing as they prepare for the implementation of BEPS pillar two.

Register here for the webinar on July 18.

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