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IBSA Webinars

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  • Entitlement to US treaty benefits for EU entities
    Entitlement to US treaty benefits for EU entities
    Roy Saunders of IFS, Paul Hocking of Frank Hirth and Robert Kiggins of Culhane Meadows Recorded: May 19 2016 48 mins
    Roy Saunders of IFS Consultants is joined by Paul Hocking of Frank Hirth in the UK and Robert Kiggins of Culhane Meadows in the US to review the Limitation of Benefits provisions of US treaties and how they affect investment into business structures based in the US. Case studies will be prepared illustrating the criteria for qualification for reductions of the 30% US withholding taxes on dividends, interest and royalties.
  • Investment in UK Commercial and Residential Real Estate
    Investment in UK Commercial and Residential Real Estate
    David Piesing, Praxis IFM and Dmitry Zapol, IFS Consultants Recorded: May 4 2016 27 mins
    David Piesing and Dmitry Zapol discuss the key issues to be aware of when investing in UK commercial and residential real estate.
  • EU Freedoms & Expanding the Business Across Border
    EU Freedoms & Expanding the Business Across Border
    One E Group, Grant Thornton Recorded: Mar 15 2016 45 mins
    Experts from One E Group will introduce the four freedoms and relevant case law using a practical example case study of a UK company expanding into Europe via Malta. Grant Thornton Malta will provide insight into the practical elements of the company as an inbound investor.
  • Life After BEPS: The Practical Implications of the OECD Deliverables
    Life After BEPS: The Practical Implications of the OECD Deliverables
    Philip Baker QC OBE and Roy Saunders Recorded: Oct 23 2015 49 mins
    Philip Baker QC and Roy Saunders review the recently announced BEPS Deliverables, providing insight into the practical implications of the new measures and how international businesses will need to adapt.
  • Resident non-domiciliaries & overseas investors to the UK
    Resident non-domiciliaries & overseas investors to the UK
    Dmitry Zapol, IFS Consultants; Naomi Lawton, Memery Crystal Recorded: Apr 28 2015 45 mins
    Dmitry Zapol & Naomi Lawton will provide a 45 minute webinar on resident non-domiciles & overseas investors to the UK.

    In his presentation Dmitry will address the following practical matters:

    -Becoming UK resident at the appropriate time and avoiding common mistakes.
    -Creating clean capital and investing it without unexpected UK tax liability.
    -Tax-efficient investments in UK assets, including UK income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax.
    -Using UK holding companies.
  • FATCA & Exchange of Information
    FATCA & Exchange of Information
    Ross Belhomme, Saffery Champness & Peter Grant, KPMG Recorded: Jan 27 2015 46 mins
    Ross Belhomme and Peter Grant will present a 45 minute webinar on the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and its impact on global exchange of information regimes, including the development of the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) by the OECD. Ross and Peter will discuss how clients and advisers have adapted to the new landscape and what they can expect to see in future from the increasingly complex reporting requirements.
  • Key Factors in Structuring Cross-Border Corporate Acquisitions
    Key Factors in Structuring Cross-Border Corporate Acquisitions
    Roy Saunders, IFS Consultants Recorded: Dec 10 2014 51 mins
    Roy Saunders will present a 45 minute round up of the key factors affecting corporate acquisitions. Topics to be discussed include 2014 M&A activity, US inversions, the impact of the OECD BEPS initiative and reforms by the US legislature, plus issues around corporate migration, intellectual property and reputational risk.
  • Double Tax Treaties: Limitation of Benefits
    Double Tax Treaties: Limitation of Benefits
    Roy Saunders, IFS Consultants & John Timpany, KPMG China Recorded: Sep 18 2014 54 mins
    John Timpany and Roy Saunders will be presenting a 45 minute webinar comparing the limitation of benefit provisions of various double tax treaties. Find out which treaties contain remittance and limitation of benefit clauses, permanent establishment exemptions and how an absence of participation exemptions in the US are driving the trend for corporate inversions.

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