Recent International Tax Developments within the US, the EU and the OECD BEPS Effort

Seminar/Forum

Recent International Tax Developments within the US, the EU and the OECD BEPS Effort

Level 9, Room 920
Melbourne Law School, Building 106
185 Pelham Street

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This schedule for this event will be as follows:

5.30pm - 6.00pm: Networking 6.00pm - 7.00pm: Seminar Presentation

In recent years, there has been much activity related to the international taxation of Multi-National Enterprises, many of which have attained very low effective tax rates on their world-wide incomes. Many countries have been frustrated at what they perceive to be inappropriately low tax payments received from these MNEs.

To address the taxation of MNEs, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development launched the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project in 2013, and the European Union has adopted several tax directives. In late 2017, the United States adopted significant changes to its taxation of international transactions. Professor Lischer will review the highlights of the recent changes.

Presenter

  • Professor Emeritus Henry J.  Lischer
    Professor Emeritus Henry J. Lischer, Emeritus Professor of Law