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Upcoming Webinar | February – July | 4.00 – 4.30 pm CET

Monthly Insight from Baker McKenzie

Towards the end of last year, the European Union reached an agreement on its Pillar Two Directive, leaving a year for Member States to implement it in domestic law. The OECD also released its guidance regarding safe harbor and Penalty Relief, as well as public consultations on GloBE information Return and Tax Certainty for the GloBE Rules.

Now that focus is shifting from policy to implementation, and with less than a year left before the effective dates kick in, the real work of preparing for Pillar Two has begun. There is a lot to be said about the technical aspects of Pillar Two along with all the guidance that has come out and is still being developed. This series is aimed at addressing the timely challenges around Pillar Two and how companies can prepare and plan in the best possible way. Please join our experts, including those on tax policy, as well as economists and tax professionals across the globe to discuss the most recent updates and fresh insights on this topic each month.

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Each session is up to 30 minutes, and will begin at 15:00 GMT | 16:00 CET | 10:00 ET | 07:00 PT.

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Author

Mounia Benabdallah is a partner 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.

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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.

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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.

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