International Tax

Technical
1 March 2017

In addition to raising concerns around some aspects of the detail of the proposed new rules, the CIOT tackled the implementation of the new rules for a corporate interest restriction, saying that the legislation has been rushed through without sufficient time for full consideration.

Technical
1 October 2016

The CIOT responded to a call for evidence issued by the European and External Relations Committee of the Scottish Parliament, called to support its inquiry into the implications for Scotland’s relationship with the EU after the referendum on 23 June.

Technical
1 October 2016

The CIOT has told the government that secondary adjustments should not be introduced into the UK’s domestic transfer pricing legislation.

ADIT Voice
7 September 2016

2,800 current ADIT students, graduates and Affiliates. 110 countries.

Technical
1 September 2016

The CIOT has called on the government to delay changes to tax relief for corporate interest expense to help businesses adjust to the new regime smoothly and prevent the complexity having a negative impact on inward investment to the UK.

1 July 2016

The CIOT supports the policy behind the new rules intended to prevent the reduction of tax liabilities by multinational enterprises by the use of hybrid instruments and entities. However, we have concerns that the provisions may apply in normal commercial situations.

Technical
1 June 2016

Although the CIOT supports greater transparency by MNCs, it is not clear to us that the EU Commission’s proposals for public reporting will be helpful. There needs to be clearer articulation of the principles governing international corporate taxation to restore public trust.

Technical
1 June 2016

The CIOT has responded to the EU consultation on double taxation dispute resolution mechanisms.

Technical
1 March 2016

CIOT comments on the HMT consultation

Technical
1 August 2015

CIOT responses to OECD discussion drafts