Marcel Widrig of PricewaterhouseCoopers explains how Switzerland has amended its practice on exchange of information since 2009 and what impact this has had on the international agreements it has signed up to
Finance Bill comes out with a bang
Company migration has been an opportunity for Ireland's favourable tax policies to come to the fore, believes Conor Hurley and Fintan Clancy of Arthur Cox
Joan O'Connor and Deirdre Power of Deloitte look at two of the more significant developments just announced in Ireland - the new regime for transfer pricing and the ability to re-domicile funds to Ireland.
The Irish government is trying to benefit from a world economy that is slowly reviving by using this year's Finance Bill to push through some key tax measures, says Colm Kelly of PricewaterhouseCoopers
The introduction of new transfer pricing rules should not cause undue worry for multinational companies with Irish operations. They will already have experience of related-party compliance, points out Dan McSwiney of Ernst & Young