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  • Brexit: Navigating the tax minefield

    The UK’s vote to leave the European Union has spurred multinationals in the UK, Europe, North America and Asia to reconsider their operations in Britain. Anjana Haines looks at the potential tax implications of a post-Brexit UK and its relationship with the EU.


  • Board accountability: A new era

    Efforts to improve tax transparency in the post-BEPS environment have shifted the tax accountability of corporations to their boards of directors. Keith Brockman considers the implications of these changes.

  • New Zealand to get tough on foreign trust tax disclosure rules

    Foreign trusts in New Zealand may have to disclose more details under new recommendations to close loopholes facilitating tax evasion that were highlighted by the Panama Papers.

  • Special features - July/August 2016

    Read this month's special features on Financial services - Sweden, Financial services - Switzerland, BEPS, Foreign investment - New Zealand and Intangibles

  • European Tax Awards 2016

    Baker & McKenzie showed the greatest strength and depth in its international tax practice throughout Europe to win the European Tax Firm of the Year award at International Tax Review’s European Tax Awards in London on May 26.

  • Whistleblowers found guilty in LuxLeaks trial

    A judgment that has outraged NGOs, the public and some progressive politicians has found Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet, who exposed an enormous tax scandal in Luxembourg, guilty in the LuxLeaks trial. Amelia Schwanke examines what this verdict will mean for the fight for transparency and whistleblowers in Europe.

  • Key takeaways from India’s GST Bill for multinationals

    Amelia Schwanke outlines the details of India’s GST Bill and highlights the new rules that companies will need to comply with if the regime is introduced next year.

  • EU VAT Action Plan: Heavier burden for businesses?

    The European Commission’s proposed VAT Action Plan is an ambitious attempt to reform the flailing regime. Joe Stanley-Smith picks through the details to look at the impact it could have on companies.

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