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  • Global Tax 20 2018

    December 05, 2018

    International Tax Review’s Global Tax 20 highlights the most influential people, events, countries and companies which have had an impact on the global tax landscape during the past year. The top 10 are out now, and the full list will be released later this month.

  • Businesses brace for controversial Polish mandatory disclosure rules

    December 03, 2018

    Tax heads and advisors are in the dark about how Poland’s mandatory disclosure rules (MDR) will work. Poland’s measures go beyond the EU Directive and could set a standard among EU nations implementing MDR.

  • Evolution and adaptation with Kering Group

    December 03, 2018

    Kering’s Group Tax Director Sophie Maddaloni explains how the group’s corporate structure has enabled it to transform from a timber and construction specialist, to a distribution business, to the luxury goods group it is today.

  • Facebook, Google and Kering Group questioned by EU MEPs

    November 30, 2018

    Facebook and Google emphasised the importance of international consensus on changes to the international tax system to tax the digital economy and the scope of value creation during an EU Parliament committee hearing.

  • EU Parliament calls for cum-ex schemes inquiry and tougher rules

    November 30, 2018

    The cum-ex and cum-cum schemes that defrauded EU financial hubs of billions of euros continue to exist in other forms across Europe. An investigations unit and stricter laws could be introduced to tackle the fraud following a parliamentary vote.

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  • Indian GAAR disputes to continue but there is hope, say tax directors

    December 10, 2018

    Tax departments must be extra-vigilant to avoid costly litigation resulting from India’s recurrent and creative use the general anti-avoidance rule, say tax directors – but even strong documentation may not be enough.

  • Bennett Jones adds five to its tax team

    November 28, 2018

    The Canadian firm Bennett Jones has appointed Ed Kroft, Jehad Haymour, and Deborah Toaze as partners and Sophie Virji and Eric Brown as associates to the Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto offices.

  • The displeasures of the greatest tax dispute in Brazil

    November 12, 2018

    Taxpayers are still waiting for clarity in one of Brazil’s most important tax disputes, which cost the federal government around BRL 250 billion ($68 billion) when it was concluded in March 2017.

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  • Global Tax 20 2018

    December 05, 2018

    International Tax Review’s Global Tax 20 highlights the most influential people, events, countries and companies which have had an impact on the global tax landscape during the past year. The top 10 are out now, and the full list will be released later this month.

  • No. 1: David Bradbury & Giorgia Maffini

    December 05, 2018

    David Bradbury and Giorgia Maffini have been at the centre of the OECD’s work on digital tax. The next step of the BEPS project is to tackle the growing gap between international tax norms and the technological shift in the global economy.

  • No. 2: Pierre Moscovici

    December 05, 2018

    Pierre Moscovici has been a regular in the Global Tax 50 since he joined the European Commission (EC) as its chief of tax policy in 2014.

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