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  • Tax Journal VAT Briefing for June 2019

    Articolo

    Inviato: 19 June 2019

    Simmons & Simmons monthly contribution to Tax Journal analysing recent VAT developments.

  • VAT and fund management changes

    Articolo

    Inviato: 17 June 2019

    The Government is expected to introduce changes to the VAT exemption for fund management with effect from 01 April 2020.

  • The OECD's proposals for the taxation of the digital economy

    Articolo

    Inviato: 13 June 2019

    Tomoko Ikawa and Gary Barnett’s article for LexisNexis setting out the OECD’s plans to find a global solution for the taxation of the digital economy

  • Ordinary share capital and cumulative preference shares

    Articolo

    Inviato: 10 June 2019

    Zoe Arnautov and Gary Barnett’s article for Tax Journal discussing the meaning of ordinary share capital following the FTT decision in Warshaw.

  • A consensus solution for the tax challenges of the digital economy: OECD report Accesso limitato

    Articolo

    Inviato: 04 June 2019

    An OECD report sets out its programme to progress radical proposals on taxation of the digital economy.

  • Protecting your taxes in insolvency: Simmons & Simmons response

    Articolo

    Inviato: 29 May 2019

    Simmons & Simmons response to the consultation issued by HMRC on 26 February 2019 entitled “Protecting your taxes in insolvency”.

  • Off-payroll working rules: Simmons & Simmons response to consultation

    Articolo

    Inviato: 29 May 2019

    Simmons & Simmons response to the "Off-payroll working rules from April 2020" policy paper and consultation document published on 05 March 2019 by HMRC.

  • TMT Sector Update 2019

    Seminario

    Inviato: 28 May 2019

    Slides and materials from our annual TMT Sector Update held on 23 May 2019.

  • Tax crime enforcement & risks - trends and topics

    Conferenza

    Inviato: 23 May 2019

    Due to international law initiatives, tax evasion and aggressive tax structures have become relevant factors for the risk management of financial institutions. This presentation will focus on the latest developments in this field and on risks that banks could be exposed to when it comes to tax fraud (or other fiscal wrong doings) committed by their clients. Topics will primarily be approached from a (fiscal) criminal law angle.

  • Fiscal integrity risks for Financial Institutions

    Conferenza

    Inviato: 23 May 2019

    KYC and AML procedures are required to be expanded according to the DNB and include monitoring for fiscal aggressive structures. The EU Directive (DAC6) on reporting fiscal aggressive structures becomes effective 01 July 2020, with retroactive effect to 25 June 2018. Where do these requirements come from and what does this mean for financial institutions operating in The Netherlands?

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