An exclusive video interview with Mr Pascal Saint-Amans, Director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration at the OECD.
Digitalisation is disrupting the international tax landscape. Recent proposals from the OECD addressing the tax challenges of the digitalisation of the economy are revealing a new era of taxation in a digitalised world. Importantly, these proposals potentially go far beyond pure digital business models – they are aimed at changing the international tax rules for a much wider range of businesses. While these proposals are still at the policy design phase, KPMG International is pleased to announce the release of an exclusive video interviewing Mr Pascal Saint-Amans, Director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration at the OECD.
This is a unique opportunity to get first-hand insights from a leader at the forefront of the policy discussions. In this interview, Mr Khoon Ming Ho, KPMG’s Asia Pacific Head of Tax, will ask some key questions emerging from the latest OECD proposals, including questions around the historical context, the key pillars identified in the proposals, the impact on existing unilateral measures and more traditional businesses, the anticipated reactions from businesses, what the proposed measures mean from an implementation perspective, and the future timeline.
Please register your interest in receiving the access link to this advanced release, and you will receive an email notifying you as soon as the video is available. The access link will be provided to registrants only and will be valid for a limited time.
To find out more about the OECD papers released in January and February, as well as some of the unilateral measures which have been proposed by the UK and other OECD member states, click here for on-demand access to our recent webinars. You can also read Matthew Herrington’s article about taxing the digitalised economy here.
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