It is nearly 10 years since policy makers began paying significant attention to the international tax planning activities of multinational enterprises in the global digital economy, which led to the G20-OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project.
The BEPS project produced 15 Actions and a significant policy and administrative response from OECD member states and other countries around the world. This year, the Inclusive Framework of 136 countries agreed a Statement on a new approach to taxing the largest and most profitable MNEs in market jurisdictions (Pillar One) and a global minimum tax of 15% for MNEs around the world.
This fully online event, with leading international experts, examined how we can evaluate the tax planning behaviour of MNEs and the policy response of governments. It examined international responses to BEPS, including in the US, the UK and Australia, and discuss the future direction.
Day 2 Session 3 | Perspectives from inside and outside government
- David Bradbury (PDF File 206.9 KB)
- Richard Collier (PDF File 85.2 KB)
- Graeme Cooper (PDF File 339.1 KB)
- Dhammika Dharmapala (PDF File 587.6 KB)
- Ruud Mooij (PDF File 1.3 MB)
- Vicki Perry (PDF File 55.3 KB)
- Miranda Stewart (PDF File 1.4 MB)
- Hector Thompson (PDF File 336.8 KB)
- Xu Tran (PDF File 759.0 KB)