To promote transparent and non-discriminatory treatment of foreign investments and earnings that eliminates tax obstacles to cross-border trade and investment.


Priority Projects

  • Provide business insights to shape workable international tax reforms under the OECD inclusive framework – and the proposed development of a new UN convention – emphasizing the need for tax certainty and international coordination.
  • Lead business engagement in key regional forums which have the potential to shape international tax norms – including the Platform for Taxation in Latin America and the Caribbean and the EU Commission Platform for Tax Good Governance.
  • Advocate for the implementation of robust tax dispute prevention and resolution mechanisms.
  • Lead international debate on the appropriate tax treatment of cross-border teleworkers in a post-pandemic world.
  • Support business in navigating the relationship between tax, sustainability policy and “ESG” reporting – including the development of a new report on the role of taxation in the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.[1]


[1]In conjunction with the ICC Global Environment & Energy Commission


Swiss Delegates

  • Claudiu Antal, SwissHoldings
  • Gabriel Bourquin, Swiss Bankers Association  
  • Christian Frey, economiesuisse
  • Urs Kapalle, Swiss Bankers Association 
  • Frank Marty, economiesuisse 
  • James Parent, Nestlé S.A.
  • Andreas Rohrer, Swiss Bankers Association
  • Gabriel Rumo, SwissHoldings
  • Günter Schauble, Schindler Holding AG
  • Peter Schreiner, Novartis International AG 
  • Jan Weissbrodt, Swiss Bankers Association 


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