International Tax webinar on 21 Dec - Practical implications on the Pillar 1 & 2 policy solutions developed by the OECD - Tax and Legal blog

12.07 (1)

With the international tax deal officially endorsed by the leaders of the G20 countries at their meeting in Rome on 30/31 October, additional technical guidance on how the Pillar 1 & 2 solutions shall operate is expected to be published by the OECD towards the end of November 2021. 

Join us and your peers to discuss the reforms during our webinar on Pillar 1 & 2 on Tuesday, 21 December 2021 from 3:00-4:30 pm (CET).  

During the session we will examine the following topics:

  • Key technical elements of Pillar 1 & 2
  • Aspects to be considered by Swiss and foreign headquartered multinationals operating in Switzerland
  • Methodology to determine the relevant data
  • Swiss legislative process and the timeline challenge

External Speakers:

  • Andreas Wurster, Head of the Schaffhausen Tax Authorities
  • Ilan Rom, Director Group Head Office Tax & Group Finance, Swiss Re

Internal Speakers:

  • Daniel Stutzmann, Partner, International Tax, Deloitte Switzerland
  • Salim Damji, Partner, Transfer Pricing, Deloitte Switzerland
  • Lay Boon Tan, Partner, Audit & Assurance, Deloitte Switzerland

Register here - we look forward to welcoming you to our webinar.

If you would like to discuss more on the above key topics, please do reach out to our key contacts below.

Key contacts


Daniel Stutzmann - Partner, International Tax

Daniel is a Tax Partner with more than 16 years of experience as an international corporate tax specialist. Daniel has extensive experience in the area of cross-border structuring (like establishing tax efficient IP- and financing structures) as well as business reorganizations including large supply chain transformation projects. 


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Salim Damji - Partner, Transfer Pricing 

Salim is a Tax Partner with more than 20 years of experience in transfer pricing and business model optimisation. He has worked in a variety of countries including the UK, Switzerland, and the US.

Salim has worked with a number of multi-national groups assisting them in their transfer pricing audits, documentation, and planning issues. Salim’s main focus over the past few years has been intellectual property planning, business restructuring, and APAs. Salim has been continuously named as one of the world’s leading transfer pricing advisors since 2005 in different journals. He holds Masters degrees from Oxford and Southampton Universities.



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