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Outlook on Global Tax Developments

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This is a virtual event, accessible over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.

Description

This on-demand webinar presents diverse positions on the OECD BEPS 2.0 project. You will hear about possible outcomes with respect to the BEPS Pillar 1 and Pillar 2 proposals, and examine potential implications for multinational businesses and the entire global tax system. This discussion will is highly beneficial for corporate executives and international tax practitioners who will need to understand how these global developments could affect their businesses and clients in the near future.

This webinar features a panel discussion that took place on 20th February 2020 as part of the “2020 Outlook on Tax” event in Washington DC.

Educational Objectives:

• Understanding the current status and next steps of the OECD BEPS 2.0 project
• Discuss possible outcomes of the Pillar I and Pillar II proposal discussions 
• Analyze what the potential results would mean for your business and the global tax system as a whole

Who would benefit most from attending this program?

Senior corporate tax executives, tax attorneys and advisors, finance and tax media

Presenters

Katherine Amos
  • Vice President of Global Transfer Pricing and Tax Disputes
  • Johnson & Johnson

Katherine Amos is the Vice President of Global Transfer Pricing and Tax Disputes at Johnson & Johnson.Katherine focuses on transfer pricing, dispute resolution, and tax policy matters at the world’s largest and most broadly-based healthcare company.  Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, Katherine was the global head of transfer pricing at Eaton Corporation and prior to Eaton Corporation, the global head of transfer pricing at Tyco International. Earlier in her career, Katherine was a managing director with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in its New York and New Jersey offices, focused on transfer pricing for life science companies. She began her career in 1992 when she joined Ernst & Young’s New York transfer pricing practice.

Barbara M. Angus
  • Global Tax Policy Leader
  • EY

Andrea Grainger is the Global Head of Transfer Pricing at Swiss Re, the world’s largest reinsurer. Based in Zürich, Switzerland, she leads the Swiss Re response on BEPS 2.0, including active participation in the Insurance Company Working Group. Since 2002, she has specialized in insurance tax and transfer pricing.  Before joining Swiss Re in 2017, she held roles in EY, KPMG, and two European insurance groups in London and Edinburgh. She is a Chartered Tax Adviser in the UK, and holds a law degree from Duke University. Andrea started her career as US Navy Lawyer before moving to the UK and requalifying in tax.

Andrea Grainger
  • Global Head of Transfer Pricing
  • Swiss Re

Andrea Grainger is the Global Head of Transfer Pricing at Swiss Re, the world’s largest reinsurer.  Based in Zürich, Switzerland, she leads the Swiss Re response on BEPS 2.0, including active participation in the Insurance Company Working Group. Since 2002, she has specialized in insurance tax and transfer pricing. Before joining Swiss Re in 2017, she held roles in EY, KPMG, and two European insurance groups in London and Edinburgh. She is a Chartered Tax Adviser in the UK, and holds a law degree from Duke University. Andrea started her career as US Navy Lawyer before moving to the UK and requalifying in tax.

Victoria Perry
  • Deputy Director, Fiscal Affairs Department
  • International Monetary Fund

Victoria Perry is a Deputy Director in the Fiscal Affairs Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Since joining the IMF in 1993, she has provided technical advice in tax policy and revenue administration to numerous countries in all regions, first Division Chief for Revenue Administration; and then as Division Chief of Tax Policy. Prior to joining the IMF, Perry was the Deputy Director of the Harvard University International Tax Program, teaching comparative income taxation and value added taxation and providing technical assistance in revenue policy through the Harvard Institute for International Development. Perry previously practiced tax law with the Boston law firm of WilmerHale. She received her J.D. from the Harvard Law School, and her B.A. from Yale University in economics and philosophy.

Jamey Shachoy
  • Senior Managing Director – Global Tax
  • Accenture

Jamey Shachoy has been Accenture’s Chief Tax Officer since 2001; in addition he has held various finance leadership roles with the company. Accenture provides services in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations, to clients in over 120 countries across more than 40 industries. Before Accenture, Jamey worked in the international tax group for a global accounting firm advising clients in the technology industry. Jamey is active in professional and tax policy organizations and has taught as a visiting professor in international tax.

Moderator: Julie Joy
  • Senior Fellow
  • Bloomberg Tax

Julie is a former director in the transfer pricing practice of Deloitte Tax LLP, most recently managing the Carolinas transfer pricing practice.  She has extensive experience assisting clients with international and multistate projects involving transfer pricing planning, documentation, and audit defense.  Julie has 25 years of public accounting experience, of which 18 were devoted exclusively to transfer pricing. Julie received her BBA Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and her MST Taxation from American University.

Continuing Education

Credits:
1.2 CLE, 1.4 CPE Tax, General COA
Practice Areas:
Field of Study: Taxes
Level:
Basic
Production Date:
03/06/2020