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While the OECD continues with its journey to modernize the global tax system under its two-pillar approach, many countries are now beginning to embark on the road to implementation of Pillar 2 and multinationals may need to prepare for its impact as early as 2023.

Now that countries are moving forward, for example the arrival of UK draft Pillar 2 legislation in July, in addition to previously published OECD Model Rules and Commentary, we now have a good sense of what the new Pillar 2 tax landscape will look like. With all of this in mind, we think now is the time for multinationals to begin to actively review Pillar 2’s likely impact.

Following our recent webinar “UK publishes draft OECD pillar 2 implementing legislation – what next?”, join our panel of Tax professionals at the next installment in our series of Pillar 2 events. Our panel will share their practical insights on managing both IP and group financing in a Pillar 2 environment.

This will be an interactive in-person session, at which you will have an opportunity to pose any questions to our panel. If you would like to submit any questions in advance of our session, please email Tessa Cavanaugh.

*There is no fee to attend, but registration is required. Due to space constraints this program is limited to Baker McKenzie clients and is not open to other professional service providers.


Date: November 3, 2022
Registration & Breakfast: 8:30 am
Program: 9:00 – 10:00 am

Baker McKenzie
452 5th Ave
18th Floor
New York, NY 10018

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You can register your visit starting 3:00 pm of November 2, Wednesday.

Event Contact

For more information regarding this event, please contact:

Tessa Cavanaugh


Miles Humphrey is an International Principal Tax Advisor in Baker McKenzie's North America and EMEA Tax Practice Groups. Miles uses his deep knowledge of international aspects of US tax law and the interactions with UK/European tax law to act as a bridge between the UK and US to develop innovative tax planning solutions, often in response to tax law changes. Prior to joining the Firm, Miles served as the ICE Tax Desk Leader at Deloitte where he advised clients across several industries, with a particular focus on tax efficient financing and holding company structures; the ownership of IP; the location of treasury; risk and credit functions; the tax implications of restructuring; relocations and reorganizations and various treaty issues.


Mounia Benabdallah is a principal in Baker McKenzie’s International Tax Practice Group. She joined Baker McKenzie in 2006 and has practiced in the Firm’s offices in Amsterdam, Chicago and New York. As an attorney at law she is admitted to the Netherlands Bar. Mounia is repeatedly recognized as leading advisor in ITR’s Women in Tax Leaders guide. Because of her strong US focus, Mounia is based in New York and member of the Global Reorganizations Practice Group. Mounia mainly advises US multinationals on the interplay between US international tax law, European tax law and Netherlands tax law in global restructuring projects, with a strong focus on global (OECD BEPS) and European tax policy developments.


James Wilson leads Baker McKenzie's global Tax Planning, Transactions and Tax Policy group. He has 18 years of experience in advising the world's largest multinational corporations on cross-border tax matters. James is a recommended lawyer for International Tax in Legal 500 USA, in particular for his expertise in advising clients in the consumer goods and retail sector. James is a member of the Firm's Consumer Goods and Retail Industry Group steering committee.


Reza Nader is a partner based in the New York office of Baker McKenzie and advises multinational companies on US tax matters. Reza is chair of the New York Tax Practice and is also chair of the office's Associate Recruiting Committee. Reza is an active participant at both in-house and external seminars and conferences. He has also served as an adjunct professor of international tax at the Georgetown University Law Center and Fordham University School of Law.

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