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Sponsored by Deloitte UK
Amanda Tickel and Claire Galineau of Deloitte track existing environmental policies and how the tax system could be used to help achieve the UK’s net zero goals.
January 19, 2022
Sponsored by HLB MAAT Asesores
Carlos Pérez Gómez and Alberto Platas of HLB MAAT Asesores discuss how the transfer pricing regime in Mexico has been modified to apply equally to transactions with foreign and domestic related parties.
Sponsored by HLB MAAT Asesores
Carlos Pérez Gómez and Dan Paul Hernández de Aguirre of HLB MAAT Asesores explain the benefits of having an operational transfer pricing process.
Sponsored by HLB MAAT Asesores
Carlos Pérez Gómez of HLB MAAT Asesores (HLB Mexico) and Eugenio Tarabini of SP&P (HLB Italy) consider how the digital economy would impact multinational groups involved in distribution activities.
Sponsored by HLB MAAT Asesores
Carlos Pérez Gómez and Karem Martínez Coeto of HLB MAAT Asesores explain why multinational enterprises would benefit from DEMPE analysis to reach a broad arm’s-length evaluation.
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Sponsored by KPMG China
Xiaolin Guo of the Shenzhen Tax Service, State Taxation Administration of China, reports that an innovative transfer pricing model that brings together Shenzhen’s tax and customs authorities has swiftly proved successful.
Sponsored by PwC Belgium
Evi Geerts and Stefaan De Baets of PwC Belgium explore how ESG is a catalyst for transparency and sustainable taxation.
Sponsored by Grant Thornton
The clock is ticking for many organisations that will be subject to environmental and social impact reporting requirements linked to the EU Green Deal, report Emma Verheijke and Jurre Anema of Grant Thornton.
Sponsored by Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados
A recently issued decree addresses the uncertainty surrounding the obligation to appoint a tax representative in Portugal but some issues are yet to be resolved, reports Ana Carrilho Ribeiro of Morais Leitão.
Sponsored by Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados
Budgetary changes could result in a capital gains tax rate of 53%, says Solange Dias Nóbrega of Morais Leitão, as Portugal’s policy of heavy taxation of individuals shows no sign of being reversed.
Sponsored by MDDP
Monika Dziedzic of MDDP delves into the nuances of Polish lump-sum taxation and explains how factors such as the kind of business undertaken by individuals can have a substantial impact on the applicable rates.
Sponsored by MDDP
Marta Klepacz of MDDP explains that the application of transfer pricing changes to third-party transactions has placed a burden on taxpayers, not least because of the difficulty in identifying the suppliers in indirect transactions.
Sponsored by QCG Transfer Pricing Practice
Miguel Ángel García Piña of QCG Transfer Pricing Practice explains the complications for Mexican taxpayers now that business reason has been firmly embedded as a concept under recent reforms, but with uncertainties remaining.
Sponsored by KPMG Hong Kong
Lewis Lu and John Timpany of KPMG China discuss the implications of a proposed refined foreign source income regime in Hong Kong for constituent entities of multinational enterprises.
Sponsored by KPMG China
Lewis Lu of KPMG China looks at the Chinese government’s latest step in its Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macau Greater Bay Area strategy, a master plan for developing Guangzhou’s Nansha district.
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