Global 15% minimum tax ("Pillar Two") is creating a significant shift in the international tax landscape, affecting large multinational enterprises (MNEs) across industries and jurisdictions. Pillar Two has become a key theme on the tax agenda, generating widespread interest among stakeholders.
Considering that various countries started to implement the Pillar Two rules in their domestic legislation, it is imperative that tax and finance teams (including other stakeholders and data providers) of large MNEs understand the (conceptual) mechanisms of these rules in order to meet the applicable compliance requirements and to assess the potential implications of these rules.
Therefore, if you are interested in obtaining a baseline understanding of Pillar Two and its implications for large MNEs, please join the Dutch and British Chamber for this breakfast seminar in collaboration with EY.
Partner International Tax and Transactions - Transfer Pricing Greater China at EY
Senior Manager, Tax, International Tax and Transaction Services at EY
Ernst & Young Tax Services Limited
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