Tax webcasts and events

How will the BEPS reports impact multinationals?

October 30, 2015

As part of its work to address Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS), on 5 October the OECD released its final reports on its BEPS Action Items. The recommended changes in these reports could fundamentally alter international tax rules and the behaviour of tax authorities. In turn, such alterations could impact multinationals permanently and on a global basis.

BEPS webcast series: The Total Impact of BEPS on Transfer Pricing

October 07, 2015

Date: Wednesday, 7 October 2015 Time: 11:00 EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST Duration: 60 minutes CPE credit: One CPE credit in Taxes will be available

Webcast: BEPS and VAT - recording here

June 18, 2015

Since the OECD’s Action Plan on BEPS was published in July 2013 with a view to addressing perceived flaws in international tax rules, the work under the Action Plan, backed by the G20 finance ministers, has progressed swifter than expected by many and has resulted in over 10 draft papers being published to date. So what does BEPS mean for Indirect Taxes?

Webcast: Introduction of VAT in Egypt and update on Middle East - recording here

June 02, 2015

As part of Egypt’s five-year fiscal strategy launched in October 2014, a Value Added Tax (VAT) system is expected to be introduced in the second half of this year to replace the current Sales Tax. This webcast presented the latest developments with regards to introduction of a VAT system in Egypt, as well as an overview of the main features of the envisaged VAT system, and notably how it will differ from the current sales tax system, and will discuss the potential impact of the introduction of VAT on businesses.

Managing compliance with the Common Reporting Standard

May 21, 2015

21 May 2015 10:00am - 11:00am (EST) / 16:00h - 17:00h (CET) On this webcast PwC specialists provide an understanding of the Common Reporting Standard requirements and the potential impacts on your organization.

BEPS webcast series: A focus on the discussion draft on controlled foreign company (CFC) rules

May 18, 2015

On our latest global webcast, PwC specialists and our special guest, Robert Stack, U.S. Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary (International Tax Affairs) discussed the OECD's CFC draft, the policy underlying CFC rules, their role in addressing base erosion and profit shifting, and what might lie ahead for multinational companies.

Webcast: Important Australian GST developments - cross-border intangibles

May 18, 2015

Please join our webcast on 14 May at 4:00pm - 5:00pm Pacific (San Francisco) to find out more about Australia's government plan to introduce new GST measures aimed at overseas companies supplying digital services into Australia. In case that the Australian budget announcement (on 12 May) does not contain any information in this regard, the webcast will be postponed for a later date.

Webcast: Indirect Tax Policy in a Global Economy

May 18, 2015

Indirect Tax Policy making is moving at an ever faster pace, becoming global and is no longer just national or even regional. Any Indirect Tax professional needs to keep up with these changes as they happen, to be aware of new legislation and proposals and to be able to discuss the future of Indirect taxes. Please join our webcast on 18 May at 16:30 - 17:30 CET to find out more.

BEPS webcast series: A focus on profit splits, risk, recharacterisation and special measures

March 30, 2015

Please join our webcast on 30 March where PwC and Brian Jenn, Attorney Adviser at the U.S. Treasury Department (Office of Tax Policy), will examine these and other proposed changes to the transfer pricing rules and explore what they will mean for international business.

Webcast: Germany: Legislative Changes relating to Zero-rated Intracommunity Supplies

March 28, 2015

There has recently been a judgment in the German Federal Court of Justice regarding the supply of goods in a chain transaction. The judgement has called into question the current German VAT treatment of chain transaction supplies and it is possible that the German tax authority may have to look at these supplies and agree whether the first supply (A to B) can be treated as an exempt intra-community supply under the given circumstances. Given the uncertainty for businesses involved in chain transactions in Germany the German Indirect Tax practice hosted an webinar to discuss this topic.