TPA Global Webinars 2018


“Are you in control - TP Compliance Deadlines to look out for in 2018”

We are all aware that in the post-BEPS world, there are a multitude of compliance deadlines that each multinational enterprise (MNE) needs to bear in mind, in order to shield itself from disputes and penalties. These are crucial not just from a compliance point of view but also a risk management perspective as the penalties can sometime be overwhelming. Moreover, the deadlines and requirements set by local governments are not always matching with each other, thereby creating further scope for confusion and an added burden on the taxpayers.

For instance, in South Korea, failure to file a CbC notification indicating the group entity that will be filing the CbCR, the penalty is the onus on the multinational enterprise to file the CbC report in South Korea on its own, despite having filed it in the parent jurisdiction.

Another example is linked to the increased importance of the CIT returns. In case an MNE does not run a timely risk management process (such as the ratio analysis indicated by the OECD) on the financials being reported in each CIT return, it is likely face serious red flags at the time of preparation and filing of CbCR at the end of the year because the numbers reported in the CIT return cannot be altered anymore.

Thus, we see an imminent need for an MNE wanting to be fully in control in this post-BEPS world to start its financial year by making a calendar of important filing dates and use that to make a strategic calendar for itself allowing its sufficient time to run various ratio analyses, carry out a risk management process based on the results of the ratio analyses, check and implement a governance structure supporting its operating model, implement a software to carry out routine and repetitive tasks etc. before actually filing any report to ensure there are no mismatches between financials in CIT return, local files, master files and CbCR.

Key Highlights of the webinar

With this objective in mind, we invite you to an informative webinar where we will discuss the following:

  • Presentation of an example of a calendar to be maintained by MNEs;
  • Presentation of some examples seen on live cases showcasing that failing to comply with a deadline can have further adverse consequence than those clearly outlined by the tax authorities;
  • Discussion on what the outlook of the CFO of a company should be towards risk management in relation to tax;
  • Discussion on what should be included in a strategic action calendar for an MNE (Example of these action points could include devising a plan for running financial data analytics, reposing roles and responsibilities to all team members included in this process through a strict governance model, using a software to actually prepare routine and repetitive reports etc.)

Speakers

Thursday, January 25, 2018

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Mexico, USA and Canada
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Brazil
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM London (GMT)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amsterdam (CET)

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"US Tax Reform – Context, New Tax Concepts, and Impact on Your Business Models"

US Tax Reform Readiness: Time to Re-evaluate Your Global ETR Plan

In the aftermath of BEPS, US Tax Reform and other evolutions, it is critical that multinational businesses keep pace with regulatory tax developments and how such changes will impact their global ETR plans and business models.
We will discuss the context of US tax reform, the key provisions (including new concepts) impacting international businesses, and explore some of the related tax impacts on business models.  We will also discuss the practical implications and the need to re-evaluate global ETR planning and related business models in the aftermath of BEPS, US Tax Reform and other evolutions causing significant changes across the global tax landscape.   

The webinar will address the following:

  • Context for US Tax Reform
  • The major international tax provisions impacting inbound and outbound companies
  • Potential impacts of tax changes on business models
  • Practical implications for global ETR planning  

At the end of the web event, you will

  • Understand the major international tax provision changes (and new concepts) contained in the US tax reform;
  • Be ready to quantify the potential tax impacts on your existing business; and
  • To begin to develop an action plan and checklist to re-evaluate your global ETR plan.

Speakers

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Mexico, USA and Canada
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Brazil
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM London (GMT)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amsterdam (CET)

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