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Compliance Management Archive

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  • June 2019

    Brazil’s challenge to becoming a member of the OECD

    June 14, 2019

    Brazil made a formal application to join the OECD in 2017, but the process is still mired with political uncertainty. BaseFirma's Davi Santana de Jesus outlies how the economy can expedite its application by reforming its transfer pricing framework.

  • Case study: Shell’s participation in ICAP

    June 12, 2019

    Danny Houben, project lead for Shell’s ICAP team, talks to International Tax Review about how his company got ready to participate in the OECD’s International Compliance Assurance Programme (ICAP).

  • US companies fear TCJA amendments by Democrats

    June 11, 2019

    Some US taxpayers are considering inversions because they fear negative tax implications if the Democrats gain control of the presidency and Congress in the 2020 elections and raise the corporate tax rate.

  • How global tax reforms apply to the extractive industries

    June 10, 2019

    Alexandra Readhead investigates whether IMF and OECD proposals on how to tax the digital economy, apply formulary apportionment, shift taxing rights and address profit shifting could apply to the natural resources sector. Alternatively, could source-based taxation improvements hold the answer?

  • Tax modelling failing to determine global tax risks effectively

    June 03, 2019

    Tax chiefs at Repsol and Baker Hughes said modelling the tax risks across their CFC networks has increased in importance since the BEPS measures were finalised, but a lack of trust in the results and rising compliance costs impede enhancements to tax modelling.

International Correspondents