Pillar 1

From ACT Wiki
Revision as of 21:29, 4 December 2022 by Doug Williamson (Talk | contribs) (Mend link.)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

1. Banking - regulation.

(P1).

Pillar 1 is the dimension of banking regulation which establishes minimum capital requirements based on market, credit and operational risks, and a minimum leverage ratio.

Additional capital requirements may be imposed by bank supervisors under Pillar 2.


2. Tax - profit shifting - Global Minimum Tax - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Pillar 1 of the OECD's tax reforms proposed in 2021 would give taxing rights over the residual profits of large multinational enterprises to the jurisdictions where the customers and users are located.


Treasurers may need to assist in compliance with Pillar 1
"Pillar 1 [is] a new nexus rule, which reallocates a business’s residual profits to the jurisdictions that generate value without necessarily having a physical presence.
If Pillar 1 is introduced, treasurers may need to assist in compliance, setting up bank accounts and arranging funds transfers in order to meet these liabilities."
Graham Robinson, international tax and treasury partner PwC & Iain McDonald international tax and treasury director PwC - The Treasurer, Issue 4 2022 - December 2022, p40.


See also