When
Wednesday, 15 May 2024
Time
10.00 - 12.00
Venue
Online
Speakers
Silvio Camilleri

Determining the Top-up Tax Amount & the Inclusion Rules

The below session is part of the The MIT Series: Global Minimum Tax Rules which commenced on 15th February 2024.

During this session the speaker will discuss:

  • Jurisdictional ETR formula
  • Concept of Excess Profits & SBIE Amount
  • Allocation of Top-up Tax Amount to Constituent Entities
  • Concept of Additional Current Top-up Tax Amount and associated allocation rules
  • The QDMTT
  • The IIR
  • The UTPR

 


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2 CPE Core Hours

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Silvio Camilleri

Silvio Camilleri is a Director within EY Malta’s International Tax & Transaction Services/Business Tax Advisory department. Silvio is a CPA by profession and joined EY Malta in 2012 after graduating from the University of Malta. Initially, Silvio worked within the Business Tax Compliance department, wherein he has assisted both corporate clients and individual clients in fulfilling their annual tax compliance obligations in Malta. After two years, Silvio moved on to the tax advisory arm of the firm and has since been advising multinational and local clients on direct tax issues from both a domestic and an international perspective. Silvio also lectures the Maltese tax modules for ACCA and has successfully sat for the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation at the Chartered Institute of Taxation.