On December 1 at the São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro offices, Tax Transactions & Consulting lawyers discussed how the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project would change the way multinationals are structuring their operations across the globe. Speakers include partner Astrid Pieron, counsel Charles Helleputte (both speaking via videoconference from Brussels), partner Ivan Tauil (Rio de Janeiro) and senior counsel Roberta Caneca (São Paulo) discussing targeted actions of the BEPS package and its likely impact on European Union and Brazilian tax systems.