Corporate taxation and transparency currently feature big on the European policy agenda, and are unlikely to lose ground any time soon. A combination of heightened media attention, Luxleaks or Panama Papers, budgetary constraints in many countries and increased awareness by the public have created unprecedented momentum for a more coordinated EU corporate tax policy.
The changes to tax and transparency rules that already have been and will be discussed have the potential to substantively impact how businesses pay and report taxes, how the companies are structured and not only how they do tax planning, but how they do business as such in Europe. The current intense debate also inhibits higher potential for reputational exposure.
FleishmanHillard’s tax practice works across all our specialist sector teams and offers you taxation policy expertise combined with a deep knowledge of your industry.
Our tax team will
- keep you up to date on policy developments and help you assess potential risks
- adviseyou on how to engage with policy makers and other stakeholders
- prepare you for participation in public hearings and formulate replies on corporate and regulatory tax affairs
- help you develop a corporate taxation profile, contingency plan and communication strategy on corporate taxation