The OECD's work on the global minimum tax continues apace, with the view of ensuring large multinational enterprises pay an effective minimum tax rate of 15 percent in the countries in which they operate. This initiative, endorsed by more than 130 countries, will fundamentally alter the tax landscape for businesses as well as the use of tax policy as a tool to complement broader country-specific measures to promote economic development.
What are the implications for your business and how will your organization respond? This session will look at some aspects of the rules, their interaction with US international taxation, and the practical considerations in their likely application in Singapore.
We will also consider the challenges of compliance and the resources required, explore Singapore's policy response and consider the options for continued RHQ presence in Singapore.
- Pillar 2 overview and US tax developments
- Pillar 2 and select implications for the Singapore regime
- Compliance and tax accounting
- Panel discussion : Practical considerations for businesses and Singapore's policy response
* Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be provided for cancellations. Replacements will be accepted.