What could the new US tax plan mean for your international organization?

As the United States transitions leadership following the 2020 presidential election, the prospects for federal tax policy are top of mind for business leaders across the globe. The incoming Biden administration will be faced with a lot of challenges on the tax front, all which will unfold against the backdrop of an ongoing pandemic.

The path of the US tax policy will have possible implications for businesses not just in the US but across just about every industry and geography.   Forward thinking organizations are adjusting plans and revisiting prior strategies to ensure their positioning is compatible with the upcoming change. 

On February 18, 2021 Grant Thornton Netherlands will host a webcast with speakers of Grant Thornton US who will focus on what tax policy changes might be forthcoming from the incoming Biden administration. In a panel discussion with Grant Thornton US, Netherlands and Germany we will also discuss options for taxpayers coping to navigate a complex and fluid global tax landscape while minimizing risk and adding value to their respective organizations. 

If you are an international organization you can’t miss this webcast. So please join us as our panel of experts set the context for what to expect in 2021 on the US tax policy front while providing insights on how organizations might find value in the vast uncertainty.    

David Sites National Managing Partner | International Tax Services (Grant Thornton US)
Dustin Stamper Managing Director | Washington National Tax Office (Grant Thornton US)
Christina Busch Partner Tax | US Desk (Grant Thornton Germany)
Jacob Mook Head of Tax (Grant Thornton Netherlands)
Monique Pisters Partner International Tax | Director International Business Centre (Grant Thornton Netherlands)

Agenda webcast

16.00 CET
Agenda and introductions

16.05 CET
US Tax Policy Update

16.35 CET
Panel discussion

17.05 CET
Audience questions / wrap up

Grant Thornton
  • February 18 | 16.00 CET – 17.30 CET
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