The ninth annual Deloitte Channel Islands International Tax Debate will be taking place tomorrow at 12:00.
The virtual event will be hosted by Deloitte partners in tax, Jo Huxtable and Martin Rowley alongside Director in tax, Martin Popplewell. Together with Deloitte UK experts, they will provide their insights on what current global and UK tax trends mean for businesses in the Channel Islands.
International tax rules are continuing to evolve and have an impact on the commercial and tax rationale for structures established and operations conducted in the Channel Islands.
Some of the trends to be discussed during the Debate include proposed EU reporting and monitoring requirements, economic substance, Brexit, the covid pandemic and subsequent government investment, ESG and tax transparency.
Pictured: The virtual event will include a panel of Deloitte tax specialists.
Three colleagues from Deloitte’s UK tax practice will be speaking about these trends. UK Tax Partner and Head of Tax Policy, Amanda Tickel, will provide an overview of how jurisdictions such as Guernsey and Jersey might react to the changing political and taxation environment.
International Tax Partner, Alison Lobb represents Deloitte at discussions with governments and bodies such as the OECD on taxation matters, and will provide an update on OECD proposals, in particular the Pillar 2 Blueprint.
In view of the huge importance of the investment management industry in the Channel Islands, London-based Director, Joe Macklin Gray, who specialises in funds taxation, will provide an update on the UK Government’s new rules for certain asset holding companies and discuss the impact of Pillar 2, together with associated challenges and opportunities for Channel Islands structures.
Ms Huxtable commented: “This year marks nine years since we held our first Channel Islands’ international tax debate and the environment continues to be fast moving and increasingly complex.
“I am very happy to be welcoming back Amanda, Alison and Joe from Deloitte UK to join us at the Debate, where they will be able to dissect some of the complex trends that we see today.”
Pictured top: Jo Huxtable.
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