Listen and engage with your peers
14:00 -17:00, Friday 10 July 2015
The Economist Group Office, 20 Cabot Square, E14 4QW, London, UK
What is BEPS?
The OECD’s action plan on Base Erosion and Profits Shifting (BEPS) looks at whether MNCs’ taxable profits are being allocated where they are actually being made. If BEPS is implemented it will cause radical shifts globally. A number of these should concern treasuries directly.
This workshop looks at the ‘BEPSification’ of global tax law and how it could hurt areas the authorities don’t always understand – cross border cash pooling in particular. What are the specific proposals of concern to you and how will you be affected?
Who will be attending?
Like you, the participants in the workshop are working for large multi-national corporations and are concerned by the effect of BEPS may have on their treasury operations.
The confidential, expert led workshop will be highly collaborative; participants will be working together comparing approaches, sharing ideas and solving mutual challenges.
This half day session will cover:
- The big picture
- What will change
- Likely impacts
- Working through the implications
- How to prepare
Please note that this is a highly-collaborative workshop, not a presentation. You will be expected to engage and participate fully in the discussions.
How to register
This event is open to EuroFinance Corporate Treasury Network (ECTN) members only.
- If you are already an ECTN member, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your place.
- If you are not an ECTN member, sign up now!
Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
- Rupert Keenlyside, Director of Product Development, EuroFinance
- Leon Cane, Director of Corporate Tax, Deloitte
Watch Leon Cane's presentation on BEPS delivered at the EuroFinance International Cash & Treasury Management in Budapest in October 2014