Strategizing International Tax Best Practices – by Keith Brockman

EU to Non-EU Hybrid rules

EY’s Global Tax Alert provides the latest developments into the EU’s hybrid arrangements with non-EU Member States to achieve consistency in application of the hybrid mismatch rules.  This development is not unanticipated, although will take some time to be fully developed and legislated into action.  In the interim, advance planning should take place, recognizing the fact that the current arrangements will not likely be allowed to exist much longer.

http://www.ey.com/Publication/vwLUAssets/European_Council_achieves_broad_consensus_on_draft_directive_aimed_at_closing_down_hybrid_mismatches_with_third_country_tax_systems/$FILE/2016G_04247-161Gbl_EC%20draft%20directive%20aimed%20at%20closing%20down%20hybrid%20mismatches%20with%20third%20country%20tax%20systems.pdf

Comments on: "EU to Non-EU Hybrid rules" (1)

  1. Keith,

    I have read your blog for years. I was wondering if we could reprint it at http://www.Emerging-FrontierMarkets.org the site for the Emerging and Frontier Markets Association. I created and then sold titles on Practical International Tax Strategies to Thomson Reuters. Regards.

    On Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 6:16 PM, Strategizing Multinational Tax Risks wrote:

    > Keith Brockman posted: “EY’s Global Tax Alert provides the latest > developments into the EU’s hybrid arrangements with non-EU Member States to > achieve consistency in application of the hybrid mismatch rules. This > development is not unanticipated, although will take some time to ” >

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