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BEPS Actions in the UK

Learn how the UK has introduced laws based on the OECD actions for base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS)

BEPS Actions in the UK Training Course

A half-day course

This (BEPS) base erosion and profit shifting course is a ‘must know’ for those tax practitioners with clients, or working for companies, which need to comply with BEPS actions as enacted in the UK.

This OECD base erosion and profit shifting course is a ‘nice to know’ for those not directly involved in the tax compliance of companies which are within the BEPS actions summary, but who should be aware of what they cover to understand the company’s UK digital services tax exposures.

  • The base erosion and profit shifting course is highly practical and will include multiple examples to assist with understanding the BEPS tax rules
  • It is presented by an independent training professional and can be a completely independent look at the BEPS issues raised
  • The course will encourage participation and allow for all questions and clarifications to be considered
  • The course will always be completely current and relevant

  • Understand how the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) UK has introduced legislation to implement the OECD actions against base erosion and profit shifting
  • Identify if your company or your clients are affected by the law changes
  • Appreciate the possible future developments in this area that might impact your company or your clients

  • OECD BEPS Action Plan
    • OECD Tax challenges arising from digitalisation (yet to be finalised)
    • Neutralising the effects of BEPS hybrid mismatch arrangements
    • Controlled foreign companies
    • Limitation on interest deductions
    • Harmful tax practices
    • Prevention of tax treaty abuse
    • Permanent establishment status
    • BEPS and Transfer pricing
    • BEPS data analysis
    • Mandatory BEPS disclosure rules
    • Country-by-country OECD BEPS reporting
    • Mutual agreement procedure
    • BEPS Multilateral instrument
  • EU DAC 6 Hallmarks
  • How the BEPS UK has implemented the actions


  • Country-by-country OECD BEPS reporting
  • BEPS Digital services tax in the UK
  • Case law decisions on the calculation of profits of UK branches of foreign companies
  • Controlled foreign company rules
  • Corporate interest restriction overview


  • The opportunity to raise examples you have come across and discuss the tax base erosion and profit shifting implications
  • Regular pauses for questions on each topic covered to take questions and queries

The trainer is a UK Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor winning the John Wood Medal in the November 1995 CIOT sitting for the best paper on business taxation.

He was previously Director of Finance and Taxation Programmes at BPP Professional Education and has delivered IFRS, US GAAP, UK Tax and VAT to a multitude of organisations worldwide since 1992.

He has particular experience in delivering bespoke IFRS and US GAAP training programmes to multi-nationals in the financial services, transport and energy sectors as well as delivering UK tax and VAT update programmes to accounting and law firms.

The trainer is passionate about training and his enthusiasm ensures that the participants enjoy the learning experience whilst gaining knowledge through their engagement in the sessions and through encouraging them to ask questions and discuss practical issues they may have.

He also provides consultancy services to companies and accounting firms, including the provision of tax base erosion and profit shifting and VAT advice, reviewing accounting policy manuals and advising on accounting treatments of various transactions.

This BEPS compliance course is designed to help attendees appreciate the possible impact on their clients or employers of UK legislation to implement the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) actions on base erosion and profit shifting.

BEPS and Transfer pricing adjustments and thin capitalisation have been part of UK law for some time now, but other changes such as the UK BEPS implementation of a digital services tax base erosion and profit shifting are much more recent.

It is important to appreciate the potential OECD digital tax implications of transactions that the business enters into, especially where there may be reporting requirements that may not be immediately obvious.

By attending this BEPS compliance course, you will become sensitive to any BEPS issues with transactions your company or clients undertake to ensure they are compliant with the tax law at all times.


Have this course presented In-House

  • On a date, time and in a location of your choice
  • Topics expanded or deleted to your bespoke requirements

Have this course pre-recorded

  • Full course recording edited exclusively for your company
  • Files converted to enable housing on your LMS

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