David is the Head of the Tax Policy and Statistics at the OECD. He joined the OECD in 2014, where he leads a team that is focused on delivering high quality economic analysis and tax policy advice. David was a key contributor to the OECD/G20 BEPS Project and continues to contribute to the OECD’s work on tax and digitalisation. Prior to joining the OECD, David was a lawyer, a Member of Parliament and Australian Government Minister.
The Inclusive Framework on BEPS has been pursuing fundamental reforms to the international tax regime, including moving the international tax rules beyond their traditional reliance on physical presence (Pillar 1) as well as the introduction of a global minimum effective tax rate on multinational groups on a country-by-country basis (Pillar 2). These reforms could impact a broad range of inbound and outbound multinational groups in Australia, beyond highly-digitalised businesses.
As the Inclusive Framework on BEPS seeks to conclude a consensus-based agreement, hear from David Bradbury, the Head of the OECD’s Tax Policy and Statistics Division, on the journey to here, the key issues all multinational taxpayers should be aware of, and what Australian businesses should consider doing now to understand the potential impact on them of these new rules.