25 Friday, 2022
OECD consults on new crypto tax transparency framework – Andrew Park
Andrew Park, Tax Investigations Partner, comments on the OECD’s newly released public consultation document regarding a new global tax transparency framework to provide for the reporting and exchange of information related to crypto assets, in Tax Journal, eprivateclient and International Tax Review.
23 Wednesday, 2022
Director Huw Griffiths explains that UK tax professionals continue to neglect hybrid mismatch rules.
21 Monday, 2022
Re-domiciliation Consultation Document
Senior Manager Helen Siqin examines the UK government’s consultation document outlining the possible introduction of a new corporate re-domiciliation regime.
4 Friday, 2022
The 3 P’s – Spot the Difference
Tax Investigations Partner Andrew Park examines the differences and similarities between the Panama, Pandora and Paradise Papers.
28 Friday, 2022
Offshore Data Thieves, Journalists and the UK Tax Collector – Andrew Park
“What HMRC needs right now is not more information but more investigators. Teams of journalists bombarding HMRC with raw information are no substitute for that.” Andrew Park, Tax Investigations Partner, discusses the legacy of the “Panama Papers” in WealthBriefing.
20 Thursday, 2022
Do tax exposés help HMRC? – Andrew Park
In light of the Guardian and BBC Panorama’s “The Panama Papers” investigation being awarded Investigation of the Decade at the British Journalism Awards, Andrew Park examines whether tax exposés really help HMRC in FTAdviser.
14 Friday, 2022
Julian Nelberg included in the 2022 edition of the Spear’s 500
We are delighted that Julian Nelberg, Head of the Private Client group, has been included in the 2022 edition of the Spear’s 500.
22 Wednesday, 2021
Lessons From IRS For A New HMRC Whistleblowing Model – Andrew Park
When it comes to payments to tax whistle-blowers, is HMRC missing a trick, or does the IRS serve a cautionary tale? Andrew Park, Tax Investigations Partner, examines in Law360.
2 Thursday, 2021
Bilateral information exchange agreements – Andrew Park
Andrew Park, Tax Investigations Partner, examines the scope of bilateral information exchange agreements between HMRC and its international counterparts such as the IRS, in Taxation.
26 Friday, 2021
UK/US Treaty: Equivalent Beneficiary – Competent Authority Agreement – Miles Dean
Miles Dean discusses the inception and significance of the CAA, the terms of the agreement and how they impact UK corporations in Lawyer Monthly.
2 Saturday, 2021
Equivalent Beneficiary – Competent Authority Agreement – Miles Dean
Head of International Tax Miles Dean examines the UK/US double tax agreement, and in particular the Competent Authority Agreement extending the equivalent beneficiaries test post-Brexit.
12 Monday, 2021
Letter to the Editor: Taxation is a battle of wills between US and the EU
Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, comments in relation to the US piling pressure on the EU to drop digital tax plan, in the Financial Times.