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By John Bostwick
For the last half dozen years, we've published a year-end "best of" blog post summarizing our most notable articles. For a combination of dull reasons, we didn't do that at the end of last year.
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It also examines the participants' broader views of the PE market.
By Krystyna Ferguson
With the Brexit date looming on the horizon, the UK government is preparing for a possible ‘no deal' scenario. Some UK-based businesses operate across the UK-EU border or have adopted the...
By Victoria McMeel
The dreaded ‘B-word' has been on the nation's lips since June 2016, with negotiations having taken far longer than the government anticipated.
By Tom Lickess
In 2013, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and G20 countries jointly developed an action plan to address base erosion and profit shifting by multinational enterprises.
By Jervis Smith
Investment fund managers around the world are looking to improve how data is managed by front- and middle-offices, given there is now a shift...
By Anthony Galea
With Brexit fast approaching, yacht owners need to have contingency plans in place to cope with the potential outcomes of Brexit.
By Onno Bouwmeister
Regulatory complexity and the increase in demands of limited partners (LPs) have made fund administration more challenging in recent years
By Christina Gencheva
In November, we published a two-part blog post on new EU VAT rules for online commerce. Those rules were developed in accordance with a VAT Action Plan adopted by the EU in 2016
By Louise Cottee, Vivien Tang
The Australian government passed a legislation on 5 December 2019 that stops a foreign resident (being a non-resident for tax purposes)
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2 December 2019 was a fruitful day for the international tax community and multinational enterprises.
By Wanying Zheng
If you operate in Singapore, you need to know that 2019 is the first year of mandatory transfer pricing documentation in that country.
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To point out the elephant in the room, Brexit has played a significant role in Chinese investment in the UK.
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The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) vide Order No. 08/2019 – Central Tax has notified that the Annual Returns...
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Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has extended the due date for filing Form PAS-6 (Reconciliation of Share Capital Audit Report) for half year ended 30th September, 2019 to 60 days from the date...