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Brexit

  • Brexit – signed, sealed, and delivered?

    When it comes to Brexit, the answers to whether the UK’s departure from the EU is signed, sealed, and delivered are no, no and most definitely not – but that doesn’t mean that businesses are sitting back and waiting for direction. Tim Sarson, tax partner, and Sarah Beeraje, senior manager of international tax, of KPMG UK discuss how businesses have reacted to the UK’s vote to leave the EU.

  • Assessing the tax impact of Brexit on Asia

    An economic partnership now lies in shambles following the UK’s unilateral decision to separate from the European Union. The impact of this split will be felt by Asian businesses that need to prepare for this unprecedented change. Lam Kok Shang, head of indirect tax, and Angelia Chew, Asia Pacific trade and customs leader, of KPMG in Singapore, explore what may lie ahead.


International Tax Review Profile

Very interesting analysis on the UK Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association case C-591/15 by #PhilipBaker… https://t.co/obBIkBaR28

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The UK budget next week could be an interesting one from several angles. Aside from the key tax implications, the C… https://t.co/uPJw7O3NtO

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BBC News - HSBC to pay €300m to settle tax investigation https://t.co/riv9kO0ub0

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@IsaiBCortez This is in the UK

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RT @JolyonMaugham: Just as tax judges flexed their common law muscles in the tax avoidance sphere, employment judges are flexing theirs in…

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