If you’re operating across borders, having a robust tax strategy which is aligned with your corporate strategy continues to be a complex area.
If you are either a Middle East based group investing internationally or investing into the region, understanding the impact of tax policy and legislative changes on your operations and your cross-border transactions is more than ever a part of assessing the commercial returns on those investments.
Our International Tax Services practice has dedicated teams based in the Middle East which are closely integrated with our global network.
This publication offers updates and analysis of international tax changes around the world including case law, legislative changes, and treaty developments.
Substance 2.0 discusses why and how to monitor your economic substance in the context of corporate structures and in the context of operating models, with a strong focus on permanent establishment