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Tax News Highlight: October 2020
In this podcast, Zoe Andrews and Tanja Velling discuss the OECD’s blueprints for international tax reform, points around customs, employee taxation and retained EU and domestic case law after the end of the transition period and the CJEU judgment in the United biscuits VAT case.
Redundancy in focus - Brexit and COVID-19: The perfect storm?
COVID-19 has forced corporates to re-evaluate their recovery plans and consider alternative measures to protect their long-term futures. One such measure is redundancies. In the first of a new, five-part podcast series addressing business-critical areas for employers to consider in the current climate, Phil Linnard and Clare Fletcher share their insights on how Brexit and COVID-19 is shaping the landscape for redundancies.
Solvency II - Investment Rules
In this podcast, part of a series accompanying our Solvency II App, Robert Chaplin and Beth Dobson discuss Chapter 10: Investment Rules. To request access to the App please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raising capital through sale and leasebacks: In conversation with JLL
Last year saw EMEA corporate sale and leaseback transactions hit a record high. With such transactions seen as an effective source of capital raising, and in the midst of the COVID crisis, is this upward curve set to continue?In this podcast, Michael Evans and Nick Compton of JLL, and Jane Edwarde discuss how sale and leaseback transactions have been used this year to raise capital, the sector opportunities and trends seen over the past 10 months, and what we can expect to see in the future.
The future of the London office market: In conversation with Derwent London and Knight Frank
COVID-19 has forced London workers to abandon their office desks and adjust at home. After nearly six months of doing so, a gradual return to work is on the horizon for many. However, employees may find a different work space from the one they left. How has the pandemic changed employers’ thinking about their working environments? What do occupiers now want from their HQs and from their landlords?In this podcast, Paul Williams of Derwent London, Phil Hobley of Knight Frank, and Jane Edwarde discuss whether, in a post-pandemic London, the office market landscape will change forever and, if so, in what ways.
Tax news highlights: September 2020
In this podcast, Zoe Andrews and Tanja Velling discuss rumours of UK tax rises, potential changes to the UK’s VAT grouping rules, HMRC’s new policy on the VAT treatment of early termination fees, and the decision in the Irish Bank case on tax treaty interpretation.