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10 January 2022 / news

Public EU Country-by-Country reporting: All you need to know in 5 simple questions

It is expected that certain large multinationals will need to comply with public EU Country-by-Country (CbC) reporting rules by mid-2024. In a new video, our tax experts Maurice van Klaveren and Daniël van der Vliet highlight what this means for your organisation.

On 11 November 2021, the European Parliament gave its final green light to introduce public Country-by-Country reporting obligations in the European Union. Member States will have 18 months to transpose the obligations into their national laws. Based on the latest wording of the Directive, this means that certain multinationals will need to comply with the new rules by mid-2024. We also refer to our article of 20 October 2020.

To prepare for the new obligations, Maurice van Klaveren and Daniël van der Vliet summarise the most important things you need to know in the video below.

 

If, after watching the video, you would like to know more about the public EU CbC reporting obligations, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our Transfer Pricing team or your trusted Loyens & Loeff adviser will be happy to advise you on these obligations will mean for your organisation.



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