UK states that OECD agrees on substantial activity level required to benefit from preferential IP regimes
The Governments of Germany and the United Kingdom (UK) have, on 11 November 2014, shown their commitment to ensuring that the G20/OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project is successfully concluded by the end of 2015. As such, they have issued a joint statement on 11 November, so as to take forward the pending
OECD recommendations on BEPS 2014 deliverables: Few surprises, but no let-up
As indicated in a newspost earlier this week, the BEPS deliverables for the September 2014 deadline have been published on 16 September 2014 and are available on the OECD website. Please find herewith a link to a summary PwC Bulletin in this respect, highlighting the key take-aways of the reports.
OECD releases BEPS reports following September deadline
The OECD is keeping its word in preparing and delivering on the objectives as they have been set in the BEPS Action Plan. The deliverables for the September 2014 deadline have just been published and are available on the OECD website (link below). The OECD has published 7 reports (Digital Economy, Hybrid Mismatches, Harmful Tax, Treaty Abuse, Intangibles
An interview with Pascal Saint-Amans on BEPS
Interview with Pascal Saint-Amans on the progress of the OECD on BEPS.