AMCHAM was pleased to host its conference “Digital disruption of Tax”, which took place on 15 May 2019 at 18.30 CET at Banque de Luxembourg in Luxembourg.
Our conference was run by international tax and transfer pricing specialists from Deloitte and PwC. Its focus was on the G20 and the OECD initiative to develop a number of proposals to address the tax challenges of the digital economy. These proposals can have a major impact on global profit allocation for multinational groups and on tax receipts for administrations around the world. The following was the agenda for the conference:
Digital disruption of Tax
Should you throw away your existing tax and TP policies?
OECD views on tax challenges of the digital economy
Current proposals under development that change the way where and how you are taxed.
Perspectives on OECD Inclusive Framework: is it a comprehensive view on OECD member states and G20 positions?
Creation of new (digital) value chains or digitalisation of existing value chains?
Expected (and unexpected) impacts on multinational groups and their TP model
Way forward and timeline for change
Our speakers for the conference were:
Bernard David, International Tax Partner at Deloitte Luxembourg
Loek de Preter, Transfer Pricing Partner at PwC Luxembourg
Xavier Sotillos Jaime, Transfer Pricing Partner at Deloitte Luxembourg
Christian Schlesser Ernst & Young
This event was followed by a networking cocktail graciously sponsored by PWC, ,Ernst & Young and Deloitte.