Base erosion and profit shifting

Regional Meetings of the Inclusive Framework on BEPS


Digitalisation of the Economy

The OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS has developed a Programme of Work which aims to provide consensus-based, long-term solutions to the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy by 2020.

It will explore:

  • under a first pillar, potential solutions for determining the allocation of taxing rights ("nexus and profit allocation"),
  • under a second pillar, the design of a system to ensure that MNEs pay a minimum level of tax on profits. This is intended to address remaining issues identified by the OECD/G20 BEPS Project.



Building on the previous consultations on BEPS, a set of regional outreach events* on digitalisation will be carried out in partnership with regional organisations and development banks.


Date Event Location

18-20 September 2019

Regional BEPS induction workshop for Carribean countries

Hosts: Ministry of Finance of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, OECD  

Saint Vincent & the Grenadines

8-10 October 2019

Fifth Regional meeting on BEPS for Eurasian countries

Hosts: IOTA, Ministry of Taxes of Azerbaijan, OECD

Baku, Azerbaijan

15-17 October 2019

Regional meeting on BEPS for francophone countries

Hosts: CREDAF, DGID Senegal, OECD

Saly, Senegal
23 October 2019 SGATAR Annual Meeting Yogyakarta, Indonesia

5-6 November 2019

LAC Fiscal Policy Forum Lima, Peru

19-21 November 2019

Regional meeting and consultation on digitalisation for Asian and Pacific countries

Hosts: ADB, OECD

Manila, Philippines
3-5 December 2019 Development Forum of OECD Multilateral Tax Centres Yangzhou, China

25-26 March 2020 

Sixth Regional meeting on BEPS for Eurasian countries

Hosts: IOTA, Ministry of Finance of Bulgaria, OECD

Sofia, Bulgaria 


Flyer also available in English, French and Spanish


CREDAF-OECD Regional consultation on BEPS in Senegal in 2016

CREDAF/OECD regional consultation meeting on BEPS in Senegal, 2016


*Please note that these events are aimed at government officials.



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