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September 14, 2021

EY Global Tax Controversy Flash Newsletter (Issue 38) | Trends in cross-border tax controversy: multilateralism rising

Luis Coronado, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP Partner, and Joel Cooper, Ernst & Young LLP Partner, recently participated in a panel at EY 2021 EMEIA Transfer Pricing Forum entitled: ‘Trends and developments in transfer pricing controversy: multilateralism rising.’ The participants discussed the shared view that multilateralism, in the form of increased cooperation, coordination and communication between tax administrations, is rising.

With tax authorities increasingly focused on multilateralism, taxpayers need to consider multilateral approaches to manage potential tax challenges so they are prepared for forthcoming changes to cross-border tax rules.

Read more in Joel’s and Luis' articles which evaluate the growing trend of multilateralism. Joel highlights areas which have experienced significant change in recent years, and Luis suggests how multinational enterprises can make themselves ready for the anticipated changes.

Additional information and links to past newsletters can be found in the attached PDF.


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