London - global hub for mining finance
The major player for the major players
London is long-established as the financial capital for the global mining industry. The certainty of contract, rule of law and ease of doing business, alongside relative political and economic stability, all combine to make London a solid, active market. What’s more, London plays host to a whole industry of experts – investment bankers, brokers, fund managers, lawyers, financial advisers, accountants and more – who understand the specifics of the sector.
Add to this that London is an attractive place for the senior management of mining companies to come to live and work, and it’s easy to see why the UK capital is the place to be for mining companies looking for finance.
But will that remain the case?
The 2017 edition of Tracking the trends takes a look at the trends that miners will face in the coming year and outlines a wealth of potential responses proposed from Deloitte member firms' mining professionals.
This report takes a closer look at the top 10 tax trends miners will face in the near-term and how they can deal with the increased levels of uncertainty in their tax profile.
How are miners coming to terms with base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS)? What possible approaches can miners take to mitigate the risks posed by changes in the international tax landscape? What are the tax innovation trends in the mining industry? These are some of the questions we address in this report.