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BEPS - Topics of specific interest to financial services paper


This paper covers:

  • action 1 - challenges of the digital economy
  • action 4 - base erosion through interest and other financial payments
  • action 6 - prevention of treaty abuse
  • action 7 - preventing the artificial avoidance of PE status
  • impact of the overlap between action items.

Author profiles:

Kate Phelan
Kate works for PwC as a Manager. Current at 14 October 2014
Piotr Klank CTA
Piotr is a Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Current at 14 October 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Piotr KLANK.

Peter Collins FTI
Peter has 25 years experience as a specialist in global tax, assisting foreign investors structuring their Australian investments and Australian corporates expanding offshore. He works with the firm’s global tax network to develop solutions for clients. Peter is recognised for his practical experience with international tax issues. He is a consultant to Treasury in relation to tax reform in the areas of international tax, including CFCs, debt-equity, thin capitalisation, non-resident CGT and the Australian diverted profits tax. Peter is a member of the Australian Treasury’s BEPS Tax Advisory Group. Peter was heavily involved in the rewrite of the Australian transfer pricing rules; he appeared before the Senate Estimates Committee to object to the retrospective application of those rules to US companies. He represented PwC before the Senate inquiry in relation to corporate tax avoidance by multinational companies. Current at 14 July 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Peter COLLINS.

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