June 08, 2015 15:10 ET

Media Advisory: Conference to Examine OECD Tax Work Beyond the BEPS Project

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - Jun 8, 2015) -

Annual tax policy conference of the United States Council for International Business, "OECD-U.S. Business Dialogue on International Tax"

Former House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp
Masatsugu Asakawa, Japanese finance ministry
Pascal Saint-Amans, OECD Center for Tax Policy and Administration
Robert Stack, deputy assistant secretary, U.S. Treasury
Other tax officials from OECD and G20 governments
Tax executives from major U.S. and foreign companies

Conference opens Wednesday, June 10, 2014 at 9:45 a.m.
Concludes Thursday, June 11 at 5:00 p.m.
Mr. Camp's remarks: Tuesday at 12:00 noon
Full agenda at

Four Seasons Hotel
2800 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.

Contact Jonathan Huneke,, 917-420-0039

Is there life after BEPS? As the OECD/G20 effort to develop multilateral tax rules to address so-called base erosion and profit-shifting (BEPS) winds its way toward conclusion, many are pondering this question. To chart the course forward, company executives, government officials and OECD tax experts will gather June 10-11 in Washington, D.C. to discuss the BEPS endgame and peer into the future of global tax policy.

Now in its tenth year, the sold-out conference is organized by the United States Council for International Business (USCIB) in cooperation with the 34-nation Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the leading global forum for discussion of international tax policies, along with the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD.

USCIB promotes open markets, competitiveness and innovation, sustainable development and corporate responsibility, supported by international engagement and regulatory coherence. Its members include U.S.-based global companies and professional services firms from every sector of our economy, with operations in every region of the world. With a unique global network encompassing leading international business organizations, USCIB provides business views to policy makers and regulatory authorities worldwide, and works to facilitate international trade and investment. More information is available at

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Jonathan Huneke
    +1 212.703.5043 (office)
    +1 917.420.0039 (mobile)