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Paula Ruffell and Astrid Vroom (EY) consider the implications of Refinitiv to transfer pricing methodologies adopted in multiple years and what this means for APAs and DPT assessments more generally.
No inconsistency between DPT notices and terms of advance pricing agreement.
Tricky timings, difficult delineations, punitive payments... Mike Lane and Zoe Andrews (Slaughter and May) review the latest developments that matter.
The proposed reforms to the diverted profits tax would, if implemented, take some of the venom out of DPT’s ‘sting’, write Alex Jupp and Kara Heggs (Skadden).
Bezhan Salehy and Deep Shah (Macfarlanes) review the government’s extensive package of proposals that touch most areas of the UK’s transfer pricing, permanent establishment and diverted profits tax legislation. 
Tom Gilliver (Slaughter and May) considers the procedural challenges that arise from the interaction between the transfer pricing and diverted profits tax rules.
Mike Lane and Zoe Andrews (Slaughter and May) consider Autumn Budget/Finance Bill measures relevant to financial institutions and the latest on international tax reform.
Card image Hannah McKenzie, Louise Keegan, Gavin Orpwood
Hannah McKenzie, Louise Keegan and Gavin Orpwood (PwC) examine the tax risks to international business operating models.
Jack Prytherch (Bird & Bird) discusses what HMRC will look for in an investigation and the steps MNEs can take to protect themselves.
Laura Hoyland and Elizabeth Emerson (White & Case) explain the various bear-traps for a foreign company proposing to do business in the UK.