Global Minimum Tax
Preparing, provisioning and compliance readiness for BEPs 2.0
Are you prepared for Global Minimum Tax where you operate?
With more than 135 countries and jurisdictions signed up to the new two-pillar plan to reform international taxation rules, multinational enterprises are set to pay their fair share of tax wherever they operate. Are you prepared?
The clock is ticking on readiness for the global minimum tax: Japan and South Korea have enacted legislation, the EU has agreed to proceed with its Pillar Two directive, various countries (for example, Germany) are drafting legislation and the Inclusive Framework of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has released safe harbor guidance. Companies that haven’t already started preparation need to assess whether they can delay application via the safe harbor or finalize their approach to the calculation and reporting requirements. This session will demonstrate how EY and our alliance partner, Thomson Reuters, can help companies perform Pillar Two risk assessments, evaluate data readiness and prepare for compliance.
Join our panelists as they walk through the data requirements, processing steps and timeline necessary to meet upcoming BEPS 2.0 Pillar Two requirements. They will also highlight tools included on the Orbitax International Tax Platform that can help companies address issues related to the global minimum tax. These tools leverage Thomson Reuters integration to improve and automate your tax compliance preparation and review process. Finally, they’ll review the latest use cases and preview what’s ahead.
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Agnes has more than 14 years experience assisting client to execute its global compliance and reporting model with central coordination and monitoring in Hong Kong with EY technology platform.
She is a member of the EY Team that planned and implemented the Digital Tax initiative , thus helping her clients identify the tax function’s immediate challenges and develop an enhanced operating model strategy fit for the digital age.
She is also part of the EY Tax.GovTech initiative, having profound knowledge on the digital tax administration happening globally.
She is dedicated in providing her client with Exceptional Client Service, thus ensuring that her services exceeding her clients’ needs.
Caroline is an Associate Partner in the EY Tax Technology & Transformation Practice in Asia Pacific and an Australian Chartered Accountant (CA).
She has over 20 years of tax & accounting technology experience working with a wide range of clients in Australia and Asia Pac & the US, ranging from SMEs to large corporations.
Prior to joining EY Caroline was Head of Product at myob and VP of Corporate and Government software solutions at Thomson Reuters. She started her career with PwC in the Tax practice.
Gratian Joseph is co-founder and CEO of Orbitax. Prior to co-founding Orbitax, Gratian was the International Tax Partner in Charge of KPMG’s Silicon Valley office. Gratian has advised numerous high technology companies on tax-efficient ways of structuring their offshore operations. Gratian is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Master in Taxation from the University of Illinois.
Orbitax and Thomson Reuters partner to provide leading international tax solutions for MNEs.
Nicholas is a Senior Director and the Head of Growth programs across within Thomson Reuters’ Corporate software business. In his 12 year tenure at Thomson Reuters, Nicholas has held roles leading Product, Presales, Sales and Customer Success across the region. He has deep experience in customer transformation programs across numerous projects in the APJ and emerging markets region with a key focus on indirect tax and transfer pricing.
Nicholas holds a Masters of Tax and in prior roles has worked at both Big 4 and the Australian Taxation Office.
Manrong is a pre-sales solutions consultant specializing in Transfer Pricing. During her 2 years at Thomson Reuters Manrong has worked with organizations across different industries to streamline their transfer pricing processes.
Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Manrong had work experience in a top public accounting firm with responsibility for tax process automation. Manrong is well placed to understand client tax technology needs and provide solutions.