EU cooperation in tax matters has progressed significantly over the past few years and it is now at the forefront of many policy initiatives. For the first time in the history of the EU, proposals are on the table to introduce a minimum corporate tax rate. This is in addition to ongoing work on the reallocation of taxing rights between countries for the 100 largest companies. This follows the OECD’s 2021 agreement on a two-pillar solution to address the tax challenges arising from digitalisation. Another important policy discussion is the Fit-for-55 package and the greening of the economy, which falls into the broader initiative of reforming the EU tax landscape.
This event will discuss the Dutch perspective and how it has evolved with regards to tax policy matters, as well as how to address future challenges in a pragmatic and evidence-based way. How to effectively ensure the collection of tax revenues from large companies? What is the best way to fight tax evasion? How can Europe support the green economy transition?
Registration is possible from 14:30 onwards. It is recommended to arrive a few minutes before the start of the meeting.