Tax Open Forum – what next for Pillar One?


Tax Open Forum Discussion: what next for Pillar One?

An Open Forum Discussion Session with the IBA Taxes Committee

30 MAR 2021 1500 - 1600 BST

As US Treasury Secretary Yellen signals the US commitment to multilateral discussion on both pillars within the OECD/G-20 Inclusive Framework, agreement seems more likely, though it is not clear what that agreement will look like.

In our first Tax Open Forum Discussion session we will take a closer look at Pillar One. We will look at where we are on Pillar One; talk through some of the roadblocks and consider what the potential solutions may look like. 
The Tax Open Forum Discussion Sessions are not a typical panel-style webinar series. Rather these sessions will provide an opportunity to meet with other tax professionals in an 'audio-on / video-on' environment and discuss the important tax issues of the day.
We hope you can join us and participate in what should be a lively and interesting discussion.

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Joe Duffy
Matheson, Dublin; Webinar Officer, IBA Taxes Committee

Sandy Bhogal
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, London

Pia Dorfmueller
Dentons Europe, Frankfurt; Scholarship Officer, IBA Taxes Committee

Kat Gregor
Ropes & Gray, New York City, New York; Young Lawyers Programme Officer, IBA Taxes Committee