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The expected impact of the new Pillar Two regime is starting to unfold as the first UK groups have filed their calendar year-end consolidated accounts, write Alistair Nichol and Lavina Hassasing (Evelyn Partners).
Sharon Baynham (KPMG) explains how the new reporting rules differ from DAC 6 and what action tax professionals should be taking.
Dominic Stuttaford (Norton Rose Fulbright) considers the scope of a new ‘failure to prevent’ offence and how it differs from the existing corporate criminal offences. 
Jason Collins and Laura Ford (DLA Piper) take stock of the corporate criminal offence in view of recent statistics showing no charges to date and just nine live investigations.
A recent tribunal decision applies a wide interpretation of ‘power’ in relation to formal information requests, writes Isobel Clift (KPMG).

Michael Graham (DLA Piper) sets out the government’s new proposals that would significantly expand the tax base.

Mark Bevington (ADE Tax) highlights the ‘traps’ on the operation of the pillar two model rules which might generate a tax charge when none was expected.
The government is expediting legislation on a register of overseas entities that own UK property, write Mukul Chawla QC and Chris Ormond (Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner).
A new tax is designed to deter owners of energy supply businesses from removing assets on which the business’s survival depends, writes Colin Smith (PwC).
The latest key developments affecting private clients are reviewed by Edward Reed and Paige Achilles (Macfarlanes).