ACT Webinar - The global minimum tax: what it means for treasurers

Online
12:30 - 13:15 BST, 22 June 2022

Learn how the global minimum tax will impact your treasury functions

The introduction of a global 15% minimum tax rate represents a dramatic change in the international tax framework. The new rules have been agreed by 137 countries, will take effect through 2023 and 2024, and will have a significant impact on the tax profile of all multinational groups with global turnover exceeding €750m. 

 

The impact will extend well beyond the tax department, and treasurers will need to understand the effect on their organisation.

  • Financing and hedging structures may need to change.
  • Cash tax profiles are likely to change in multiple territories, including traditionally “high tax” locations.
  • Changes to data collection and control frameworks will be needed.
  • Financial reporting and accounting will also be affected.

This session provided an overview of the changes, discussed the potential impact on treasurers and treasury functions, and considered what actions they may need to take now in order to prepare for the introduction of the rules.
 
The discussion was led by Graham Robinson, International Tax and Treasury partner, and Rob Waddington, Treasury & Commodity Group partner, from PwC, and facilitated by Naresh Aggarwal, Associate Director from the Association of Corporate Treasurers

Speakers

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Rob Waddington
Treasury & Commodity Group Partner
PwC
Graham Robinson
International Tax and Treasury Partner
PwC
Naresh Aggarwal
Naresh Aggarwal
Associate Director – Policy & Technical
ACT

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This webinar, in association with PwC, took place on Wednesday 22 June, 12:30-13:15 BST.

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