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  • European Tax Awards 2014

    July 01, 2014

    The winners of the European Tax Awards 2014 were announced at a dinner in London on May 21.

  • According to plan? The world of tax planning is changing, but not as fast as everyone would like

    April 30, 2014

    The world of tax planning is like one big global tug o’ war being played between multinational companies and their advisers, tax authorities, supranational bodies and non-governmental organisations. Everyone has an interest in changing the international tax system. But with everyone pulling in different directions, the pace of change is frustrating for most.

  • Big fish: The world's leading transactional firms revealed

    February 26, 2014

    International Tax Review analyses the global M&A trends over the last year and highlights the leading firms in the field.

  • The Global Tax 50 2013

    December 11, 2013

    For the third year running, International Tax Review brings you its Global Tax 50, the individuals and organisations who have had the greatest influence on tax policy, practice and administration in the last 12 months.

  • Americas Tax Awards 2013

    November 01, 2013

    The eighth Americas Tax Awards in New York on September 26 was the biggest ceremony to date and also saw the introduction of the new deal awards.

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July / August 2014

One lap to go: BEPS at half time

As those involved in the OECD's base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project reach for the halftime oranges and energy drinks, our special BEPS feature looks at the progress made to date and explores the hurdles that litter the track ahead as the bell rings to signify the last lap in this race against an ambitious timeframe to produce meaningful outcomes. The finish line is fast approaching, but while the podium, medals and bouquets are being readied, this last lap is sure to be a tough, sweaty slog to completion, and with the volume of work to be done, success could come down to a photo finish.

Which possible outcome of the G20 / OECD BEPS project would carry the biggest fear for your company?