International tax and company planning represents increasingly one of the most important areas for professionals and companies that operate in the international arena and have to face laws and tax systems which, even within the European Union, are not uniform among the various countries.
This kind of variety among the various countries often derives from the different matrix of legal systems, one need only think of the substantial differences between the “Common Law” and the “Civil Law” countries, but also the fact that it does not often exist, in relation to some legal concepts, a uniqueness even in terms of definition (we could mention the concepts of residency and domicile).
Such differences have clearly practical implications regarding the application of the OECD multilateral agreements, which represent an essential reference point in the specific international regulatory framework for some years.
It is an international regulatory framework whose knowledge is necessary to the professional who has to guide his clients in an increasingly complex environment in which the entry into force of OECD conventions with acronyms like MAAT, CRS, BEPS, imposes a radical change in the approach to international business.
In this context, it is always more important to be supported by an international network that, through its direct presence in various jurisdictions, can effectively sustain professionals and entrepreneurs in developing foreign activities in absolute legality, and at the same time, pursuing the highest standards in terms of efficiency in the tax field.
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