We are pleased to invite you to join us for a breakfast seminar on October 22. We look forward to sharing a European perspective on evolving tax controversy principles and issues across Europe and their impact on U.S. companies operating in Europe.
U.S. multinationals doing business in Europe face a range of new international tax challenges, including a new principal purpose substance test applying under tax treaties covered by the Multilateral Instrument, new digital tax regimes, double tax scenarios resulting from aggressive transfer-pricing audits, modernized anti-avoidance rules, and impactful European Court of Justice decisions (e.g., Danish dividends). Together, these developments have rapidly created a new European tax environment through which U.S. multinationals must navigate carefully.
Tax partners of leading firms from eight key European jurisdictions, as well as a transfer-pricing specialist from the United States, will share insights and experiences regarding how to address this new global tax environment, and its risks and opportunities. When the panel finishes, the partners will be available for brief individual or small group meetings with any attendees who would like additional targeted discussions about specific jurisdictions.