BEPS Is Broader Than Tax: Practical Business Implications of BEPS 2016 is available as a downloadable pdf.
Helmar Klink analyses various aspects of BEPS Action 6 and questions the changes the OECD hopes to make in absence of a proper economic analysis.
Shaun Lucey and Ariana Kosyan provide a comprehensive review of the way financing and treasury functions will be affected by Actions 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 13 and 15 of the BEPS Project.
Channing Flynn and Stephen Bates discuss the specific issues related to profit shifting in the fast-changing digital economy.
Joost Vreeswijk and Ai-Leen Tan examine the impact that BEPS Action 7 will have on centralised operating models, and look at changes which multinationals should be considering to guard against exposure to the new rules.
Sarah Churton, Ellis Lambert and Ian Dennis explain how the BEPS Action Plan is changing the tax landscape for intangible assets, and what this means for taxpayers.
Adam Eagers and Mark Bennett look at the impact BEPS has had on the M&A market and discuss the commercial and operational aspects of any changes for investors.
Ronald van den Brekel and Tim Meijer analyse the compliance-related challenges which companies face, and how they can best allocate their resources to deal with them.
Monique van Herksen, Paul Mulvihill, Justin Liebenberg and Vikita Shah look at how BEPS recommendations affect tax controversy and dispute resolution.
Klaus von Brocke and Jurjan Wouda Kuipers look at how BEPS recommendations interact with EU tax laws.