Thu, 17 Feb | Zoom

SMU IFA David R Tillinghast Global Taxation Conference 2022

BEPS 2.0 / ESG: Asian Voices at the Cutting Edge The Yong Pung How School of Law (SMU) Centre for AI and Data Governance and the International Fiscal Association (IFA) are proud to present the SMU IFA David R Tillinghast Global Digital Taxation Webinar on February 17th and 18th 2022.
SMU IFA David R Tillinghast Global Taxation Conference 2022

Time & Location

17 Feb, 6:50 am SGT – 18 Feb, 5:30 pm SGT
Zoom

About the Web-Conference

The SMU Law School Centre for AI and Data Governance and IFA are proud to present the SMU IFA David R Tillinghast Global Digital Taxation Webinar on February 17th and 18th 2022. At this pivotal juncture in the history of international taxation, with the twin tectonic forces of BEPS 2.0 and Environment, Social and Governance, this conference brings together leading international tax, business industry leaders and tax administrators in a top-level forum to discuss cutting edge issues on international taxation.

"A unique Asian perspective on the new International Tax Architecture and Policy Challenges ahead. A must-attend event", Prof. Robert Danon, Chair of IFA’s Permanent Scientific Committee

The focus will be on the impact to Asia of the OECD-G20 global consensus (BEPS 2.0) and the rise of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), with international experts providing a comparative angle, the OECD updating on the latest initiatives and Asian leaders giving insights on unique Asia-Pacific perspectives – Asian voices that needs better articulation from a regional that is the fastest growing in the world, the lion share of semi-conductor production and the greatest bio-diversity from the corals of Australia to the rain-forests of SE Asia.

The penetrating insights from academia, industry, tax professionals and tax administrators will cover

• Unique perspectives on

  1. Multilateralism and the challenge of uniform roll out of BEPS across a largely non-OECD and non-English speaking Asia
  2. Digital taxation Asia style, where hardly any country has adopted European style DST
  3. More colour to the harmful tax narrative, how Asia uses incentives for economic growth
  4. ESG and Tax the new frontier – Aligning Tax policy and incentives to climate goals

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