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M&A considerations for 2017: Don’t let tax derail the deal

25 January 2017

Tax considerations will never make a deal, but they certainly can break a deal. Laurence Field, a senior tax and corporate business partner at national audit, tax and advisory firm Crowe Clark Whitehill, reflects on the M&A tax landscape that evolved through 2016 and looks ahead to assess what businesses need to know if they are planning to get a transaction over the line in 2017.



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Macron has pledged to introduce a Robin Hood Tax. Quite the coup for @RobinHoodTaxUK https://t.co/R6gJGLo0xj

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The UK's #QueensSpeech, in which the Government sets out its policies for the next Parliament contains scant detail on taxation measures.

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