Chris Jordan also said that nations have a duty to scrutinise the partnership structures of major firms, while, in other news, a number of tax teams expanded their benches
The ‘big four’ firm hopes the new technology will make client service more efficient, while Pinsent Masons has appointed a new tax head in Dublin
The first CBAM reporting deadline approaches, indirect taxes fall across OECD in 2023, European prosecutors pursue €2.2bn VAT investigation, and more
The outcome sets a legal precedent for EU countries’ anti-abuse rules, while KPMG considers merging its Swiss and UK accounting arms
Sponsored by Deloitte IrelandDavid Neary of Deloitte Ireland discusses the council regulation on an emergency intervention to address high energy prices and its impact on the renewable energy market in Ireland.
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