This publication explores the legal implications of several BEPS action items on multi-national organizations and highlights key questions leaders should ask to assess their organization’s readiness for BEPS.
With the tax affairs of multinational companies making headlines, and the publication of the final recommendations for the global project to address base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), the tax functions at many companies are now examining the potential implications of BEPS for their corporate group. But tax is not the whole picture. In considering the implications of BEPS for a group's legal entities, contracts and arrangements, one cannot ignore the legal implications, and many general counsel and legal functions are not yet in the loop.
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