The global minimum tax and recent approaches to taxation of large multinationals have been discussed at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), in the European Union, and by leaders in the United States. Companies will be adjusting their approaches in the coming years as new rules likely enter into force. What is the future of EU Fiscal Federalism going forward? More specifically, what is Pillar Two’s state of play halfway through the Czech’s Council Presidency and weeks before the U.S. midterm election?
Join the Center for European Policy Studies and the Tax Foundation for a conference exploring the future of EU Fiscal Federalism and the fate of Pillar Two in the European Union and United States.
First Session: Future of EU Fiscal Federalism
· Elodie Lamer – Journalist, Tax Notes (Moderator)
· Ioanna Mitroyanni – Deputy Head, DG TAXUD
· MEP Lídia Pereira (EPP, PT) – Member of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs and FISC
· Jorge Nunez – Senior Research Fellow, Center for European Policy Studies
Second Session: Update on Pillar Two in the EU and U.S.
· Daniel Bunn – President & CEO, Tax Foundation (Moderator)
· Beth Bell – Staff Director, Select Revenue Measures Subcommittee, U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee Democrats (virtually)
· Seamus Coffey – Cork University
· MEP Paul Tang (S&D, NL) – Chair of European Parliament’s FISC and Member of Delegation for relations with the United States
Registration for this event will be ending on November 21st 16:00