Tax transparency and tax morality continue to overshadow and influence tax regulation around the world. Besides the multilateral initiatives pursued at the level of OECD and the EU, all countries independently are adjusting their legislation in order to address base erosion and counter aggressive tax practices, while still trying to remain competitive.
In this rapidly changing landscape, multinational companies around the world are challenged to put solid tax strategies into place and commit to effective tax communications. To help you navigate through the domestic tax law developments, and understand their implications and the challenges that may arise, please join us for a 45 minute webcast that will focus on tax updates, developments and trends in Brazil, France, the Netherlands and the United States.
During this discussion, senior international tax professionals from these four countries will highlight:
- New tax rules in Brazil and their implications on taxpayers
- Significant tax changes in France under the Finance Act 2014
- Substance requirements for conduit finance, license and holding companies in the Netherlands
- Proposals for tax reform in the United States and FATCA updates
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