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KPMG: Switzerland is always open for business 31 May, 2013 Switzerland has long made it a priority to maintain a low-tax environment, while its individual cantons have been innovative in their approach to achieving this aim. FDE speaks to two members... > read more

KPMG: the bottom line on tax efficiency 12 November, 2012 As businesses continue to expand across international boundaries, they are increasingly aware of how different tax regimes can impact on their profits – and the importance of a tax-efficient...

The Top Five Reasons Why Tax Planning Fails 10 February, 2011 In order to stay as competitive as possible, companies compete on their effective tax rate. Here Paul Sutton, the head of Funds at McGrigors LLP, identifies five key reasons why companies...

Solving The Problem of Unlimited Auditors Liability 23 April, 2007 Talia Zubli of DLA Piper explains the dangers associated with litigation in the accountancy...

Can Tax Be Simplified? 01 January, 2007 Does Gordon Brown's acceptance of the Varney report represent an overdue change in the UK's tax regime? Finance directors are uncertain. However, Astrazeneca's Jon Symonds, a key member of...

Tax Chains 01 March, 2006 Supply chain financial optimisation could save you millions, explains Guy Dunkerley, Research Director, AMR research. ...

Statutory Audit Reformed 01 March, 2006 Prof. Henri Olivier, Secretary General of the FEE, welcomes the EU Eighth Company Law Directive. He believes it will both strengthen the standing of the auditing profession and protect the...

IFRS - A Progress Report 01 September, 2005 David Tweedie, Chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board explains IFRS. He elaborates on developments in the effort to implement international financial reporting...

Outsourcing the Finance Function 01 September, 2005 More and more companies are exploring the benefits of outsourcing some of their finance functions. Major multinationals are now starting to contemplate the outsourcing of their entire...

Share Treatment Under IFRS 01 September, 2005 David Chopping of Moore Stevens, explains how UK regulations concerning shares are changing. They are being brought into line with other European countries and with general UK accounting...

New Formula for PFI Accounting 01 September, 2005 The risk and reward framework that UK PFI operators have been accustomed to is changing. Emma Rodford, of PricewaterhouseCoopers, explains how the new proposals will bring it inline...

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