Changing paradigms In the last five years, there has been a steady increase of the number of multinationals who prefer to register their subsidiaries in low-tax jurisdictions, and not in
On the 2nd of October 2018, the Council of the EU revised the EU’s list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions. During the revision, 3 jurisdictions, namely, Liechtenstein, Peru, and Palau, were
In a few months, the United Kingdom (UK) will not only leave the European Union (EU), but will also stop paying contributions to the EU budget. This will put the
The news agency Bloomberg reported that the E.U. has ordered a “fast-track” investigation of the U.S. taxation practices in the light of the E.U. initiative to create a list of
The fast growing number of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology-based businesses encourage more governments worldwide to introduce legal frameworks for regulating such companies. In order to strengthen its position as an
Together with Estonia, Lithuania, and Finland, Slovenia is one of the countries-to-be in Europe for businesses dealing with cryptocurrencies. The Slovenian government aims to represent the country as a leading
Savvy companies who are looking to exploit blockchain technologies or start-ups interested in funding their plans with an initial coin offering (ICO) do well to consider their base of operation.
On 2nd of February 2018, the court of first instance in Antwerp announced a ruling prohibiting the Belgian investigative tax authority Bijzondere Belastinginspectie (BBI) from obtaining information about payment transactions