Contingency planning for a crisis in the Eurozone

Presented by

Ralph Cunningham. International Tax Review Managing Editor, David Gill, Ernst & Young LLP (UK)

About this talk

What if the unthinkable happened and one or more countries left the Eurozone? Join us as we trace the footsteps of three hypothetical multinationals, who illustrate very different attitudes toward Euro exit contingency planning and are in different states of 'preparedness.' We will examine the potential impact on their supply chains, financial and legal structure and resulting tax consequences. By comparing and contrasting their experiences, we expect to learn some key lessons and actions tax directors could undertake now to avoid expensive tax mistakes in the future. Our moderator, David Gill, will chair the discussion between a panel of Ernst & Young professionals. Helmar Klink and Spyros Kaminaris will look at international tax implications; Craig Mitchell will focus on the supply chain; Mark Minihane will examine the treasury implications, and Cornelius Grossman will look at the legal perspective. Presenters: David Gill, Ernst & Young LLP (UK) Helmar Klink (Ernst & Young Belastingadviseurs) Spyros Kaminaris (Ernst & Young Business Advisory Solutions S.A) Craig Mitchell (Ernst & Young AG) Mark Minihane, Ernst & Young LLP(UK) Cornelius Grossman, Ernst & Young GmbH Wpg

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