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International tax developments: An Irish perspective
In a fast-changing tax environment, it can be hard to keep on top of all of the big changes that are happening and how they might affect your business. That’s why we are producing our Tax D-briefs video series to update you on international tax developments from an Irish perspective.
This third video in our series, hosted by Deloitte Tax Policy and Technical Services Partner Tom Maguire, features Tom’s overview of recent international tax developments, as well Deloitte Financial Services Tax Partner Conor Hynes and International Tax Partner Karen Frawley discussing BEPS and what it means for businesses with a presence in Ireland. Following Tom’s introduction and overview, the conversation with Conor and Karen about financial services and broader multinational companies begins at 5 minutes and 52 seconds.
International tax developments: An Irish perspective – Episode 3
Our second video, hosted by Deloitte Tax Policy and Technical Services Partner Tom Maguire, features Tom’s overview of recent international tax developments, as well as Deloitte’s Head of Tax, Lorraine Griffin (from 14:26), discussing the implications of the new Companies Act 2014 for directors and the requirement for a Directors’ Compliance Statement to be filed. In addition, Transfer Pricing Director Gerard Feeney (from 6:12) will update you on transfer pricing developments and, in particular, country-by-country reporting.
International Tax Developments: An Irish Perspective – Episode 2
The first video was also hosted by Tom Maguire and featured International Tax Partner Louise Kelly discussing Ireland’s greatly anticipated Knowledge Development Box (from 05:00), and Pieter Burger, Financial Services Tax Partner, giving you his insights on the potentially far-reaching OECD BEPS Action 4 discussion draft on interest deductibility (from 12:15).