Webinar – BEPS pillar two: insights, readiness, and risks
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Webinar – BEPS pillar two: insights, readiness, and risks

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Is your organisation sufficiently prepared for pillar two’s introduction? Join ITR and Wolters Kluwer at 2pm BST on June 18 2024 for a discussion on the key risks involved – and how to manage them

As countries worldwide implement measures to address BEPS, pillar two adds another layer of complexity and challenges for multinationals. These reporting rules are now in play and multinationals need to start preparing for these changes or risk falling behind, especially for reporting purposes. Simply relying on the transitional safe harbouris not enough – whether top-up tax is required or not, calculating your BEPS 2.0 position as part of your tax provisioning process is required and often subject to external audit.

To understand how to manage the risks effectively, this webinar will delve into the necessity of undertaking an impact assessment, a BEPS pillar two calculation, tax technology, and data gap analysis, and the crucial role of engaging with auditors and advisers.

The above points will be discussed in the webinar by the following senior tax professionals:

  • Andy Hung, director of product management, CCH Integrator, at Wolters Kluwer, a global provider of software and knowledge solutions for corporate tax professionals; and

  • Ross Robertson, international tax partner at BDO, the accountancy and business advisory firm.

And if you have a question concerning how to ensure your organisation is ready for pillar two, it can be submitted to the speakers in advance.

Join us on June 18 to learn how to educate your team, understand the budget considerations and the necessary resources, and hear how to navigate the timelines to ensure successful preparation for BEPS pillar two.

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