EACT report on regulatory issues – Q1 2018
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Below, is a link to the semi-annual report from ESMA
This is an informative publication. In addition to the market analysis are ad-hoc articles (study about fees and returns, DLT,…) and an article re derivatives in EU with consolidated data from all the trade repositories.
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On 7 June at the OECD in Paris, then Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan T.D. signed the Multilateral Instrument (“MLI”) on Ireland’s behalf, along with 67 other jurisdictions. The MLI provides a mechanism for countries to transpose Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (“BEPS”) recommendations into their existing bilateral tax treaties. What follows below is a brief summary of some of the main aspects of the MLI of relevance to corporate treasurers in Ireland and in particular Irish entities involved in ...Continue Reading »
On 21 June 2016 the EU’s ministers of Finance and Economic Affairs, the so-called ECOFIN Council, unanimously approved the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (“ATAD”). This measure was originally proposed in January 2016 as part of the wider Anti-Tax Avoidance Package and was amended a number of times since its initial release.
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Many corporate treasurers are likely to have become more aware of the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project, given the worldwide publicity it has received and the focus it has placed on limiting tax benefits of intragroup financing arrangements as a source of aggressive tax planning.
Following on from the BEPS project, the European Commission released its own draft anti-avoidance tax package on 28 January 2016 which contains measures to prevent aggressive tax planning, boost tax transparency and create ...Continue Reading »
The IACT conducted a landmark study of corporate treasury in Ireland. This study was the first of its kind and will provide IACT members with key information on the treasury profession in Ireland.
The results of the study were unveiled, analysed and discussed at the 2014 IACT annual conference.
Key areas which were examined in the study were;
-The background, experience and qualifications of today’s Irish treasury professionals
-The profile of Treasury within organisations
-Work & salary satisfaction
-The transferability of treasury ...