Global Tax 50 highlights the most influential individuals, organisations and geopolitical events in the tax world. Acting Managing Editor Josh White introduces the 2021-22 edition of the landmark feature.
There have been some significant new hires across a range of tax firms around the world.
Because tax doesn’t have to be taxing. A less-than-serious look back at some of the quirkier tax stories from the past month.
Tax directors find identifying ‘at-risk’ transactions is a bigger burden than reporting them. Many companies have cross-border transactions linked to the EU that fall inside the scope of DAC6’s broad hallmarks.
Sponsored by KPMG ChinaLewis Lu and John Timpany of KPMG China discuss the potential impact of the GloBE model rules on businesses from a Hong Kong SAR tax perspective.
Sponsored by Deloitte UKAmanda 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.
Sponsored by MDDPMonika Dziedzic of MDDP discusses a range of 2022 tax changes that will impact multinational enterprises as well as local businesses in Poland.