Study reveals 85% of respondents expect an increase in stakeholder interest in tax behaviour and outcomes over the next three years
NEW YORK, NY, US, 15 July 2022 — Deloitte today released the results of its ninth annual Global Tax Survey 2022: Beyond BEPS. The objective of this annual survey has been to gauge the views of multinational groups on topics that were high on their agenda in 2022, such as tax governance, tax transparency and the ‘digital taxation’ debate, as well as on the overall progress of BEPS related measures and the impact on their businesses.
This years’ survey findings included:
Tax governance remains high on the Board agenda:
Voluntary tax transparency standards are increasingly being adopted by businesses:
Pillar One/ Pillar Two remains a ‘hot topic’ and businesses are preparing for the impact:
About the BEPS Survey
In 2014, Deloitte conducted its first “OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) survey” to gauge the views of multinational companies regarding the increased media, political and activist group interests in the Global Tax Reset and BEPS, and the expected impact on their organizations. Annually, from 2015 through 2021, Deloitte conducted surveys gauging multinationals’ views on consequential developments within their organizations as the tax landscape continued to evolve and the BEPS recommendations began to be adopted in jurisdictions. Each year we have gradually shifted focus from businesses’ initial reactions to the impact of implementation. The latest survey was conducted between February and April 22, with a target audience of tax and finance directors, managers, and executives from multinational companies. 163 people from 21 countries responded to the 2022 survey. To dive deeper into these findings, you can view the full report here.