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Pillar Two Global Compliance

From policy to practise: Tech-powered compliance

Bringing together our knowledge and Pillar Two technology tools to provide a complete and seamless solution to help you confidently manage data and process assessments; impact modelling and visualisations; and, ultimately, end-to-end compliance.

A seismic shift in the tax landscape

Pillar Two is a complex and global evolution in regulations and it’s changing the entire landscape for large international businesses—including affecting data requirements, calculation and reporting demands. With elevated demands, tax, finance, IT and legal inputs require co-ordination across borders and execution must be flawless.

That’s where Deloitte’s specialist knowledge and advice become invaluable. We’ve developed Pillar Two Agent, a cloud-based platform to integrate with our Pillar Two impact assessment and modelling tools to deliver the support you need—from initial assessment stages, all the way through to filing.

Our solutions are engineered to work for your global organisation—allowing teams across the world to access, update and review data in real time.

Our technology suite powers global compliance

Even before you complete your first return, you need to make decisions about ongoing compliance and reporting. From return validation to completing the required paperwork, here’s how Deloitte compliance specialists can help you to fulfil your Pillar Two compliance responsibilities accurately and timely.

Pillar Two compliance is a top priority

“It’s a priority to meet compliance requirements, which are becoming significantly challenging these days, such as Pillar Two and e-reporting. All these new kinds of compliance are very connected to technology and digitalisation.”

- Jesus Bravo Fernandez, Head of Indirect Tax, Transfer Pricing and Tax Technology, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners.

According to Deloitte’s 2023 Tax Transformation Trends survey, the importance of complying with a changing tax environment is reflected in both the priorities and challenges tax departments say they will face over the next three to five years. They will need accurate, timely tax-related data that is integrated across their organisation, whether to comply with Pillar Two, calculate their global tax liability or assess indirect taxes owed in jurisdictions.

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750 million euros

minimum revenue

required for multinationals to comply with Pillar Two

15%

effective tax rate

payable on income arising in each jurisdiction of operation

143

countries

participating in OECD Inclusive Framework

164

key data points

needed for tax data mapping

Global tax reform is coming—and CEOs need to be ready

Take a proactive approach with regards to OECD Pillar Two by understanding the requirements to evaluate now to ensure compliance with current and upcoming OECD directives.