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  • Kevin Ashman and Suzanne Hill (Hogan Lovells) – FB 2016: Carried interest – the latest changes
  • Nick Baker and Dipan Shah (PwC) - FB 2016: The new investors’ relief
  • Fiona Bantock and Lee Squires (Hogan Lovells) – The monthly guide to the VAT developments that matter
  • Gary Barnett and Nick Skerrett (Simmons & Simmons) – Supreme Court in Airtours: Redrow redacted?
  • Helen Buchanan (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) – Q&A: Corporate offence of failing to prevent evasion
  • Cristiana Bulbuc (Joseph Hage Aaronson) - Where is the dividing line for MNEs between acceptable and unacceptable planning?
  • Angela Clegg and Lucy Sauvage (BDO) - The latest on tax strategy publishing
  • Ruth Corkin (Grant Thornton) - Update on VAT and sports clubs
  • Stuart Crippin and Andrew Goldstone (Mishcon de Reya) - The latest developments that matter in the private client arena
  • Graham Elliott (City & Cambridge Consultancy) – Lessons from Kingsdale Group on the default surcharge regime
  • Philippe Freund and Simon Whitehead (Joseph Hage Aaronson) - Prudential Assurance: foreign dividend income and EU law
  • Hamish Garnett (MetLife) and David Jordorson (Association of British Insurers) and Peter Mason (Rosetta Tax) - Aspiro: Is EU VAT law fossilised in time?
  • Daniel Head and John Monds (KPMG) - The new consultation on deductibility of corporate interest
  • Michelle Hogan and  Andrew Marr (Forbes Dawson) – The big read: How has entrepreneurs’ relief been eroded and what opportunities remain?
  • Robert Langston (Saffery Champness) - Ask an expert: Bringing a holding company onshore
  • Ian Maston (Mastoni Tax) - Ask an expert: BPR and investment in family company
  • Mark Middleditch (Allen & Overy) – This month’s tax and the city briefing
  • Chris Morgan (KPMG) - The international tax update for May
  • Gregg Pearman (BDO) – Ask an Expert: Academies and VAT
  • James Quarmby (Stephenson Harwood) - Strict liability offences: a worrying trend?
  • James Ross (McDermott Will & Emery) - Reflections on a career in tax
  • Andrew Roycroft (Norton Rose Fulbright) - The UT in Trigg: QCBs and purposive construction
  • Andrew Scott (Pinsent Masons) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • David Smith (The Sunday Times) – Economics focus: The lull before the Brexit storm
  • Lisa Stevenson (Parisi Tax) - Ask an expert: Tax on the incorporation of a partnership
  • Peter Vaines (Field Court Tax Chambers) - Reflections on a career in tax
  • Wendy Walton (BDO) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • John Whiting (Office of Tax Simplification) - Streamlining corporation tax: the latest OTS project
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