Anjana manages ITR’s online and print coverage, alongside the publication’s awards and events worldwide. She covers all areas of corporate tax matters, but particularly disputes, transfer pricing arrangements and tax treaty analysis.
July 12 2016
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.
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.
The UK’s VAT rules could change after an EU exit, meaning charges for imports and exports between the UK and EU member states.
Multinational enterprises are considering whether to move their UK headquarters to one of the remaining 27 EU nations, as withholding taxes could be charged once EU laws cease to apply.
The UK’s vote to leave the EU is expected to trigger changes to tax legislation, potentially driving up the compliance and administrative burden for businesses.
As the UK's relationship with the EU evolves following the vote to leave, many nations are considering how they can benefit from the UK's exit, or whether they themselves need...
Belgium and France are under scrutiny by the European Commission (EC) for offering corporate tax exemptions that distort competition.
July 08 2016
The UK plans to cut the corporation tax rate to the lowest of any major economy to attract businesses and investment post-Brexit, sparking concerns in the European Union that this...
July 04 2016
Companies can look forward to simpler VAT rules as the government begins reviewing legislation.
June 30 2016
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