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HMRC’s PDCF campaign continues – back to business

HMRC have announced that it will be holding a webinar on Tuesday 6 October to provide an update on its Profit Diversion Compliance Facility (PDCF). The facility is a mechanism that...

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Insurance Company Working Group comments on OECD's "GloBE" global minimum tax proposals

A group of global insurance and reinsurance companies commented late last year on OECD proposals aimed at ensuring that multinationals pay a global minimum rate of tax. Despite or even...

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Double standards for the taxation of intra-group financing

The German Federal Ministry of Finance has published a draft law for the implementation of the EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD Implementation Act) on 10 December 2019. This draft...

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Global Media, Technology and Communications Quarterly - Autumn 2019

The Technology, Media and Telecommunications team at Hogan Lovells introduce the Autumn edition of the Global Media, Technology and Communications Quarterly.

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TMT Horizons 2019

The dynamism of the Technology, Media and Telecoms sector is set to continue.

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HMRC introduces Profits Diversion Compliance Facility

HMRC has announced today the introduction of a new Profits Diversion Compliance Facility, which is aimed at tackling the avoidance of tax by multinationals by diverting profits outside the...

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UK Tax Authority tightens the screws on tech companies

When is an amnesty not an amnesty? When the carrot is the (possible) absence of stick.

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Is the UK’s post-Brexit approach to platforms and the digital sector starting to emerge?

The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s statements of intent on a digital service tax and competition law reforms reinforce other recent indications that the UK government is looking...

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