New OECD Webcast on BEPS: September 16, 2014
From the OECD website:
In September 2013, G20 Leaders fully endorsed the OECD Action Plan to address BEPS. The Action Plan provides for 15 actions to be delivered by 2015, with 7 actions to be delivered in September 2014.
We are pleased to announce that the launch of the first 7 deliverables, together with an official Explanatory Statement, will take place on 16 September 2014. This set of agreed measures will be presented to the G20 Finance Ministers in Cairns on 20-21 September 2014 for political endorsement. Other background material (information brief, frequently asked questions and policy brief) will also be available.
As part of the official launch, you are invited to join senior members from the OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration (CTPA) for a live webcast on 16 September 2014 at 4:00PM (CEST, Paris time) as they discuss the details of the first set of deliverables, the involvement of developing countries, the input from stakeholders, as well as the planned next steps.
There will also be a Questions & Answers session. You may submit your questions to the panel in advance by email to CTP.BEPS@oecd.org.
If you are unable to watch the webcast live, an archived version will be available on this page within 24 hours after the event airs.”
To attend the webcast, click here.
The BEPS deliverables that will be discussed are:
•The Tax Challenges of the Digital Economy
•Hybrid Mismatch Arrangements
•Harmful Tax Practices
•Tax Treaty Abuse
•Transfer Pricing & Intangibles
•Transfer Pricing Documentation and Country-by-Country Reporting
•The Feasibility of Developing a Multilateral Instrument on BEPS
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