Here you find more information about the current global webinars organised by Mazars Group.
Webinar: Pillar 2 GloBE: latest developments and required actions
After a long time in development by OECD and member countries, the global 15% minimum tax (Pillar 2 GloBE), is close to implementation in some jurisdictions which will require adjustments from all affected groups. Our upcoming webinar will focus on the key issues and upcoming requirements in the light of the July further Administrative Guidance on Pillar 2 from the OECD and other new developments.
Webinar: Transfer pricing and financing transactions
With the current economic landscape characterised by rising interest rates and volatile market conditions, businesses must be able to set arm's length prices for their financing transactions and manage interest deduction limitations effectively. This requires a thorough understanding of the relevant tax rules and regulations, as well as the ability to navigate complex financial transactions.
Webinar: The impact of inflation on transfer pricing
The economic impact of inflation has considerable consequences on transfer pricing for multinational entities (MNEs). Combined with the Covid-19 crisis and the war in Ukraine, rising inflation adds further complexity to the management of transfer pricing policies for MNEs.
The tax landscape is constantly changing, as new complex regulations are being adopted and often subject to modifications. These rapid and on going changes put pressure on business leaders, who need to keep updated to remain compliant.
Webinar - Transfer pricing aspects of intragroup loans and guarantees
March 25, 2021 – 14:00 CET Join us on a webinar dedicated to the overview of the transfer pricing aspects of intragroup loans and guarantees. Our specialists will help you understand the main points presented in the OECD transfer pricing guidance on financial transactions.
Countries of Central & Eastern Europe have coped so far with relatively higher resilience with public health risks of the coronavirus compared to other geographies. Nevertheless, the macroeconomic impact on CEE underlines the varied degree of trade and investment interdependence of the region with the rest of the world, notably Western Europe, the USA and China.
Mazars is partnering CEE business services awards and summit
For another year in a row, Mazars has the honour to bring its auditing expertise to the selection process of the 8th annual CEE Business Services Awards - an evening dedicated to recognizing excellence in the Business Services Sector in Central and Eastern Europe. The celebration will take place on 30 January 2020 at the Intercontinental hotel in Warsaw, Poland.