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September 2017: An Update on UK Tax Disputes Including the New UK Corporate Criminal Offense: What Is It and What Should You Do...

Across the world, tax authorities are becoming more aggressive and have sharpened their focus on corporates and multinationals. As a result, tax audits, investigations and disputes have increased significantly, both at the...more

The UK Double Tax Treaty Passport Scheme – Changes for the UK Loan Market

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

The UK Double Tax Treaty Passport (“DTTP”) scheme has recently been extended by HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) to allow both non-corporate borrowers and lenders to enjoy the benefits of the scheme. The aim of the amendments is...more

Tax Round Up - April 2017

by Proskauer Rose LLP on

Welcome to the Tax Round Up, the first edition of what will be a regular bulletin highlighting the latest tax developments relevant to UK companies and asset managers. We plan to produce this monthly with the next one in...more

A Quiet UK Budget for Asset Managers, But Other Recent Tax Changes Shouldn’t Be Forgotten

by Proskauer - Tax Talks on

After numerous UK tax changes affecting asset managers over the past few years – not least the wholesale re-vamping of the tax treatment of carried interest and other fund participations for investment fund managers – the UK...more

"Double Trouble": The Kenyan Constitution and DTAs

by Dentons on

Controversy stalks international corporate taxation. With the integration of national economies and the promotion of Foreign Development Investments (FDIs), international corporations’ presence in multiple jurisdictions with...more

Brexit – The UK and International Tax Consequences

by Dechert LLP on

The political, economic and constitutional fallout of the UK’s referendum decision to leave the European Union (Brexit) will continue for some time. In addition to considering some of the possible domestic UK tax implications...more

UK Budget 2016: Finance

by DLA Piper on

From April 2017, the UK government is to cap the amount of corporation tax relief for interest to 30% of taxable earnings in the UK or the net interest to earnings ratio for the worldwide group. This is subject to a threshold...more

European M+A News, Winter 2016

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

Smart Acquisition Structures For Deals In Germany And The UK - What Are the Criteria for Smart Acquisitions via Corporations? - Inbound investment structures seeking to acquire a German or UK corporation should take...more

Change in the UK Treatment of Dual-Resident Companies May Affect U.S. Tax Planning

by Bilzin Sumberg on

On November 30, 2015, the UK tax authorities at HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) reached an agreement with Jersey about the interpretation of the company residence tie-breaker provision of the Jersey-UK income tax treaty. After...more

Putting the Final BEPS Reports into Perspective: from Recommendations to Implementation

by DLA Piper on

The Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its final reports on the G20/OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project on Monday October 5th, 2015. ...more

UK Supreme Court Decision in Anson v. HMRC Reverses Established Tax Treatment of US LLCs

by Locke Lord LLP on

In its July 1, 2015 decision in the case of Anson v. HM Revenue & Customs (2015 UKSC 44), the Supreme Court of England and Wales ruled that a Delaware limited liability company was “transparent” for UK income tax purposes. A...more

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