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The Autumn Statement was published on 23 November 2016. Read Simmons & Simmons' expert commentary and analysis on the tax aspects.
Submitted: 19 June 2017
Foreign financial institutions (FFIs) with existing FFI agreements with the US Internal Revenue Service are required to renew those agreements by 31 July 2017.
Submitted: 05 May 2017
The question whether a company can deduct input VAT incurred on an failed bid has been referred to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) by the Irish Supreme Court.
Submitted: 02 May 2017
Details of the White House’s tax plan include plans to reduce business tax rates to 15% and allow a one-off repatriation of overseas earnings to the United States.
Last Reviewed: 28 April 2017 / Submitted: 18 October 2016
The Government has published draft legislation in the Criminal Finances Bill and updated draft guidance on the scope of the new offence of failure to prevent the criminal facilitation of tax evasion.
Submitted: 28 April 2017
The provisions introducing the new corporate offence of failing to prevent tax evasion received Royal Assent on Thursday 27th April 2017, though an implementation date is still awaited.
Submitted: 24 April 2017
Our inaugural European Legal Update offers our clients the opportunity to hear about topical issues relevant to US fund managers, with or without a European office, who operate, trade or market in Europe.
A review of the impact of the provisions published in the Draft Finance Bill in December 2016 restricting tax deductions for corporate interest expense on banks, banking and other finance transactions.
Submitted: 21 April 2017
A summary of the actions that managers and boards of Cayman Island funds should undertake in 2017 to be compliant with their Common Reporting Standard obligations.
Last Reviewed: 18 April 2017 / Submitted: 09 December 2016
The Government has released details of reforms to the substantial shareholdings exemption to broaden its scope and add a new wider exemption for the direct or indirect holdings of qualifying institutional investors.
Submitted: 07 April 2017
A review of the tax issues that lenders should consider in relation to UK real estate financing arrangements following the introduction of new restrictions on the deductibility of corporate interest payments.
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