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  • EY - Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services - EY - United Kingdom
    integrity management Discover more Forensic Technology Discovery Services Forensic analysis with leading technology the intelligent connection EY s Forensic Technology Discovery Services FTDS practice provides a wide range of eDiscovery data analytics and cyber breach investigation and response management capabilities on a global basis Our multidisciplinary teams can deploy advanced technologies and professional services anywhere in the world responding with speed and precision to complex regulatory fact finding and cyber security risks Discover more Business critical issues Forensic Transaction Services Transactions to acquire or sell businesses represent a balance of risk and reward for the parties Whilst most deals are completed successfully some inevitably lead to disputes between the parties We provide advice throughout the transaction process from pre deal due diligence to a review of the draft sale and purchase agreement and the resolution of disputes over the purchase price In so doing we help you reduce risk and provide greater certainty that the post completion outcome of a transaction is in line with your commercial expectations Our services Sales and purchase agreement SPA reviews Forensic anti bribery and corruption and anti competition due diligence Completion account reviews Expert determination submissions to an expert Acting as an independent expert reporting accountant Breach of warranty claim advice Other post acquisition investigations and disputes To find out more about our services contact Maggie Stilwell Integrity Diligence Understanding who you conduct business with has become more than just good business practice it is smart compliance Multinational organisations are rapidly adjusting to enforcement standards that hold companies responsible for the actions of their business partners and vendors and require effective third party due diligence EY Integrity Diligence helps clients design implement and maintain effective third party diligence systems on a global scale Our multidisciplinary teams work internationally to develop in depth research and analysis on the background and reputation of third parties joint venture partners or acquisition targets supporting better informed decision making across your business We combine comprehensive analysis of publically available data with the insights of colleagues across our global Forensics network Our services Integrity Diligence EY ID We have developed a proprietary technology platform EY ID to help our clients address the challenges of a comprehensive and consistent integrity diligence process EY ID is a secure end to end technology solution to connect companies third parties and service providers seamlessly on a single web based platform It acts as an automated focal point to collect review assess and archive the information required for a robust Know Your Third Party programme The result is a centrally managed and globally accessible platform designed to improve standardisation transparency and accountability throughout the third party life cycle EY ID is highly customisable with a tailored workflow It offers advanced dashboards with visual data analytics and search functionality Key features include An automated risk scoring engine driven by key third party diligence results Single entry and bulk upload screening of third party data Customised third party questionnaires and certifications Auditable repository third party records diligence

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  • EY - Tax - EY - United Kingdom
    can claim Groups with payrolls in excess of 3 million may wish to review whether their payroll systems can manage the reporting and payment of the levy whilst coping with nuances such as payments to international staff Please see our employment tax alert for more details Tax Focus web seminar this Thursday 11 February on the new patent box regime Our next Tax Focus web seminar will take place at 10 00 am this Thursday 11 February 2016 and will focus on the practical aspects of the transition to the new patent box regime which is scheduled to come into force from 1 July this year From 1 July companies wishing to claim the maximum benefits of the regime will need to have research and development R D spend incurred directly by the patent box claimant company rather than through group R D companies Many groups will therefore be looking to restructure their R D functions but care will be required to ensure this puts them in a better position going forward and does not inadvertently bring them into the new regime earlier than intended or reduce the regime s benefits to them Register now to hear Claire Hooper Robert Peers and Sarah Churton discuss the details of the new regime based on the information available to us so far and from our extensive discussions with HMRC the compliance challenges of the new regime the restructuring possibilities that may be available to enable groups to continue to claim maximum benefits under the new regime and some of the pitfalls that need to be avoided Other UK developments Parliamentary committee chairman asks whether fines paid by banks are deductible Following last week s hearing at the Treasury Select Committee as part of its investigation Shifting sands An inquiry into UK tax policy and the tax base its chairman Andrew Tyrie has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer asking him to clarify whether banks can offset the costs of fines and other payments imposed by regulators against their corporation tax bill The letter recognises that regulatory fines are generally not deductible but suggests that certain types of payments to regulators which are imposed on banks might be Affected groups may wish to keep this development under review Debates in Parliament on tax The shadow Chancellor John McDonnell used an opposition day debate in the House of Commons last week to call for measures including public country by country reporting independent scrutiny of HMRC and tax policy and an end to staffing cuts and office closures at HMRC The Financial Secretary to the Treasury David Gauke responded by pointing to BEPS and the diverted profits tax as measures the Government is taking to tackle tax avoidance Meanwhile the House of Lords Finance Bill Sub Committee held a hearing last week to consider the draft Finance Bill clauses and wider issues regarding corporation tax Evidence was provided by EY s Head of Tax Policy Chris Sanger and John Whiting from the Office of Tax Simplification The committee heard that the proposals under consideration from the draft Finance Bill could have been simpler and introduced with more consultation Although tax simplification was the main item on the agenda the committee also took the opportunity to discuss the future of corporation tax asking whether corporation tax needs to be reformed wholesale and whether the answer is to get rid of corporation tax and move to a tax on sales The Budget on 16 March will be an opportunity for the Chancellor to respond to wider questions raised by the current public debate on taxation First tier Tribunal considers VAT treatment of supplies between connected parties and VAT deduction relating to hire purchase sales The First tier Tribunal has partly allowed the taxpayers appeal in the case of Temple Finance Limited and Temple Retail Limited HMRC contended that supplies between the taxpayers were made for a consideration below open market value and assessed Temple Finance Limited TFL The Tribunal was satisfied that the majority of supplies were charged at the open market value except for advertising services which it held should be recalculated by reference to a method which it specified HMRC also contended that only a proportion of VAT incurred on overheads should be recovered by TFL which made supplies of goods on hire purchase The Tribunal held that TFL s exempt supplies finance and taxable supplies goods were inextricably linked TFL could not make exempt supplies of finance without making taxable supplies as it did not provide finance other than for the purpose of enabling a customer to purchase goods from it On this basis the Tribunal held that a use based adjustment to the VAT recoverability on overheads was not required as the overheads were used in the course of its entire business The case serves as a reminder that HMRC has the power to challenge the value of supplies between connected parties where the recipient of those supplies is VAT averse as well as challenging partial exemption methods Affected businesses might wish to review the position and challenge relevant HMRC assessments and or submit retrospective claims if appropriate Upper Tribunal decides holding company was not carrying on economic activity for VAT purposes The Upper Tribunal has released its decision in the case of Norseman Gold plc in an unsuccessful appeal by the taxpayer The taxpayer registered for VAT on the basis of its stated intention to provide management services to its Australian subsidiaries and reclaimed VAT on various related costs However at the time nothing was done by way of agreeing the amount of the management charge the frequency with which invoices would be sent to which subsidiary they would be sent and the detail of the services to be provided in exchange for the charge It was not until two years later that the first management charge was invoiced with invoices following at roughly quarterly intervals thereafter The amounts invoiced were less than the costs incurred HMRC s position was that the taxpayer was not carrying on an economic activity during the relevant period because it was not making nor did it have an intention to make in the future taxable supplies for consideration for VAT purposes The Upper Tribunal upheld the First tier Tribunal s decision agreeing with HMRC that the management services did not amount to the making of taxable supplies Consequently the taxpayer was not entitled to deduct VAT The case demonstrates that in order for a holding company to deduct VAT any intention to make future taxable supplies for consideration must be established at the time when the VAT was incurred agreed between the relevant parties and documented in writing Some valuation check services withdrawn by HMRC HMRC has announced that due to the limited resources of its Shares and Assets Valuation SAV team the decision has been taken to withdraw the valuation check service that it has previously offered on an informal basis for the purposes of PAYE Health Checks and ITEPA Post Transaction Valuation Checks with effect from 31 March 2016 Any requests for these valuations received after this date will not be processed Currently almost 90 of ITEPA Post Transaction Valuation Checks and PAYE Health Checks are accepted as submitted Accordingly HMRC has announced that the SAV team will instead Provide further help to taxpayers to sustain and improve levels of compliance by updating guidance in its manual Considering the possibility of running a small number of valuation workshops Work with colleagues in other teams to identify the minority of cases where a review of the valuation is appropriate The announcement goes on to state that the SAV team will also be examining the valuation check service in other areas However it confirms that capital gains tax checks which the SAV team operates in conjunction with the Valuation Office Agency will continue Changes to expense payments start in April Following the abolition of the P11D dispensations regime from April 2016 together with the introduction of a new exemption for paid or reimbursed expenses employers who wish to reimburse employee expenses from 6 April 2016 by way of scale rate or round sum payments will need to comply with new rules regarding systems and approvals Legislation is now in place to cover employee expenses and specifically situations where employers wish to use scale rates which have previously been agreed on a non statutory basis HMRC has also now published detailed guidance and put in place an online application process for employers who may wish to use bespoke scale rates Our employment tax alert provides further details The payment of scale rate expenses will also have a significant impact in the way in which umbrella employers pay salaries and expenses to their employees This is because of the change to the rules around travel and subsistence that also comes into effect from 6 April 2016 and which denies tax relief for travel and subsistence expenses where the umbrella employee is subject to supervision direction and control as to the manner in which they work Our employment tax alert provides an update for umbrella employers and looks at the changes to the breakfast and evening meal rates HMRC launches a consultation on common reporting standard regulations HMRC is consulting on draft regulations that require advisors and financial institutions to remind their UK resident clients about the common reporting standard under which HMRC will soon be receiving reports of their financial accounts in the UK and overseas The draft regulations come into force on 6 April 2016 The closing date for comments is this Friday 12 February EY submits representations on new rules for company distributions On 3 February 2016 we submitted our letter of representations to HMRC in relation to the consultation document and the proposed Finance Bill clauses relating to the taxation of company distributions for income tax purposes as well as the proposed targetted changes to the transactions in securities rules and the proposed targeted anti avoidance rule TAAR in relation to certain arrangements for converting income to capital both applying from 6 April 2016 Among the issues we raised in response to the consultation was to highlight the impact of the proposed TAAR on demergers We made various points about this including a suggestion for a more general exemption from the new rules for demergers Additionally we noted that the proposed changes to the transactions in securities rules to expand the definition of assets available for distribution to include distributable assets of controlled companies could raise problems where controlled companies have distributable assets but are prevented from distributing them for example due to banking restrictions or because an intermediate company has a dividend block We also questioned whether given the expansion of the scope of the transactions in securities rules a new TAAR was needed at all to deal with the Government s concerns To discuss our representations or to read our full response please get in touch with your usual EY contact EY responds to Labour Party consultation on business investment We have responded to the recent Labour Party policy consultation on Business Incentives for Investment The Labour Party is engaging with business and industry to develop proposals on how tax reliefs can best be used to incentivise businesses to invest If you would like to discuss our comments please get in touch with your usual EY contact International developments Public country by country reporting CBCR It has been reported that the European Commission is planning to publish proposals on 12 April to make public CBCR compulsory within the EU This date is consistent with its announcements last week when releasing its draft anti avoidance directive Any new rules will follow on from the consultation on the impact of public CBCR that the Commission concluded last year In its summary of responses to the consultation the Commission noted that most business respondents felt no change is necessary and that the EU should rely on international initiatives for the disclosure to tax authorities only However non business respondents were in favour Public CBCR would require groups to publish their profits and the tax they pay in all EU Member States in which they have operations The European Parliament has also considered whether CBCR should be made public and the report of the ECON committee in December 2015 called on the European Commission to bring forward proposals Previously the European Parliament has considered amending the Shareholders Rights Directive and through it the Accounting Directive to implement public CBCR This does not appear to have progressed since June 2015 but in any event the Accounting Directive is due to be reviewed in 2018 Amending the Accounting Directive would require only a qualified majority vote in the European Council By contrast were a new directive to be proposed by the Commission this might well require unanimity among Member States as the directive could be treated as concerned with direct tax where every Member State has the power of veto BEPS Action 13 includes a minimum standard for CBCR to be shared between tax authorities but not made public The Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement for the automatic exchange of CBCR was signed by 31 countries not including the US in January One of the Conservative Party s pre election pledges was to review the case for making CBCR publically available on a multilateral basis In welcoming the agreement the Chancellor is reported as saying that this was an important step forward but that we now want agreement so that information can be made public Other global tax alerts Please see links to a selection of our tax alerts in respect of the following developments Additional articles are available in our global tax alert library Japan The 2016 tax reform introduces country by country reporting as well as master file and local file transfer pricing reports in line with BEPS Action 13 The Netherlands A decree has introduced some additional flexibility into the tax advantaged fiscal investment institutions regime for structured funds South Africa The Revenue Service has published a revised list of reportable tax arrangements including the provision of inbound services and loss selling transactions Other publications The February edition of The non dom newsletter considers the Government s policy document and draft legislation for Finance Bill 2016 on the proposed changes to the taxation of non doms Please speak to your usual EY contact or email us at eytaxnews uk ey com if you would like to receive a copy of our regular indirect tax newsletter or our employment reward and mobility newsletter as well as information about our other publications Further information If you would like to discuss any of the articles in this week s edition of Midweek Tax News please contact the individuals listed below Claire Hooper 44 20 7951 2486 or your usual EY contact Challenges to the 45 tax rate on restitution interest payments Mitchell Mos 44 20 7783 0859 Draft legislation published on the apprenticeship levy Nigel Duffey 44 20 7951 9586 Tax Focus web seminar this Thursday 11 February on the new patent box regime Sarah Chong 44 20 7783 0859 For other queries or comments please email eytaxnews uk ey com Operating in a shifting tax landscape The global tax landscape continues to change in a dramatic fashion with near constant news hitting the headlines regarding shifting tax policy increasing levels of enforcement and the growing potential of reputational risk Competing priorities Multinational companies now have to balance more competing priorities than ever before ensuring they protect their business by monitoring and responding to changes in policy legislation and tax enforcement while at the same time ensuring they not only maintain the highest levels of compliance but also add value from the tax function Governments work to secure each tax dollar they re due From a policy perspective all governments want their country to be viewed as an attractive place to do business to attract jobs and capital in an increasingly competitive globalized arena At the same time they want to increase the amount of revenue they bring in Governments are treading a fine line constantly assessing how to secure the tax revenues they see as rightly theirs while at the same time being in direct competition with other nations making sure they do not scare off mobile capital Tax administrations for their part are adapting their enforcement strategies focus and policies in response to the changing dynamics of business They are working to ensure that their resources are being applied to the right issues and taxpayers They share more leading practices and taxpayer information with their foreign counterparts to help them collect every dollar due Disputes are on the rise The result has been more frequent complex and higher value disputes between taxpayers and taxing authorities a trend that is only increasing as countries collaborate together and as emerging markets gain in stature and influence taking a more sophisticated approach to taxation Penalties are becoming more stringent and the threat of reputational risk has risen significantly in recent months We can help you to navigate a route through this complex landscape We can help you monitor and react to quickly changing tax policy and assess the economic and fiscal impact Where tax policies might create an impediment to your business that is unintended by policy makers we can help you to collaborate either solely or as part of a broader grouping of companies who share a common objective with government to Explain the impediment Develop alternative policy choices which are logical and well thought out Model the potential outcomes Deliver an alternative choice to the government in a form with which policy makers can comfortably work We also help you address your global tax controversy enforcement and disclosure needs We focus on pre filing controversy management to help you properly and consistently file your returns and prepare the relevant back up documentation Where a controversy has already occurred our professionals leverage the network s collective knowledge of how

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  • About our global tax practice - EY - United Kingdom
    Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Library Contacts Share About our global tax practice We are one of the world s most globally coordinated tax practices with a network of 28 000 professionals in more than 120 countries dedicated to setting the standard for exceptional client service A global team striving for seamless service Our Tax practice is organised across geographic areas and business lines to deliver services seamlessly to our clients The benefits of our global reach Our people and global resources are able to help clients develop and execute business strategies quickly and effectively with strong accountability and governance Our practitioners blend local country technical knowledge with appropriate regional and global insight on the latest developments in tax policy legislation and administration We have a long standing international assignment program which allows us to respond to our clients most pressing international challenges cost effectively without the barriers posed by time zones and international travel Our international assignment program blends local knowledge and global insight Senior tax professionals working on rotation in major business centers around the globe gain a clear understanding of the subtleties of a range of tax issues of the complexities of how tax systems interface with one another and of different business cultures They use this knowledge to our clients advantage to discuss the tax implications of an issue or to provide the latest developments and insights Relentlessly serving our clients Our commitment to exceptional client service is centred upon quality connectivity responsiveness and insight It is backed by a dynamic and detailed approach that focuses on relentlessly serving our clients needs From our newest staff members through to senior partners exceptional client service represents a dedication to going above and beyond expectations in every working relationship We strive to develop a detailed understanding of our clients business and industry sector to offer insights on market developments and help our clients develop effective strategies and business models Our full service approach tackles today s big issues We also team with other EY colleagues to deliver integrated services in areas ranging from supply chain optimisation and process improvement to financial accounting and reporting We offer leadership in all tax disciplines including business tax indirect tax international tax transactional tax and tax related issues associated with human capital We place particular emphasis on the most pressing issues facing companies worldwide today Global compliance and reporting Our teams work together in EY s global model to complete timely and accurate tax and financial filings so companies have an increased level of confidence that they are meeting legal obligations Our people also can identify ways to help increase value efficiency and control in these core functions Transfer pricing Setting tax efficient intracompany pricing that complies with the law is essential in today s global economy Our team has extensive experience in helping our clients find the right answers across industries products and borders Human capital including expatriate services At EY nothing is more

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  • Country tax advisory - EY - United Kingdom
    About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory Global Trade Legal Services Global Compliance and Reporting Human Capital Private Client Services Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Strategic Growth Markets Transactions About Transaction Advisory Services Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Restructuring Operational Transaction Services Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services China Overseas Investment Network Climate Change and Sustainability Services Family Business Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Pensions Russia and CIS Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries Support Services The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Alumni Home Services Tax Country Tax Advisory Tax Services Overview About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory Global Trade Legal Services Global Compliance and Reporting Human Capital Private Client Services Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Library Contacts Share Country tax advisory Our Business Tax services are designed to meet your business tax compliance and advisory needs Our tax professionals draw on their diverse perspectives and skills to give you a seamless service through all the challenges of planning financial accounting tax compliance and maintaining effective relationships with the tax authorities Our talented people consistent global methodologies and unwavering commitment to quality service give you all you need to build the strong compliance and reporting foundations and sustainable tax strategies that help your business achieve its ambitions To find out more about the services we offer in this area please contact Global

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  • Cross border advisory - EY - United Kingdom
    VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Strategic Growth Markets Transactions About Transaction Advisory Services Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Restructuring Operational Transaction Services Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services China Overseas Investment Network Climate Change and Sustainability Services Family Business Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Pensions Russia and CIS Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries Support Services The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Alumni Home Services Tax Cross Border Tax Advisory Tax Services Overview About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory Global Trade Legal Services Global Compliance and Reporting Human Capital Private Client Services Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Library Contacts Share Cross Border Tax Advisory Our dedicated international tax professionals help our clients with their cross border tax structuring planning reporting and risk management Our market leading global tax desk network a co located team of highly experienced professionals from multiple countries has revolutionised the way we provide international tax services We work with you to build proactive and truly integrated global tax strategies that address the tax risks of today s businesses and achieve sustainable growth Global Tax Desk Network Global tax experience available right in your neighborhood European tax services Our EU tax professionals are based in every member state Their insights and experience help you build proactive and integrated tax strategies that address EU tax opportunities and risks Stay up to date with EU tax issues The European Union presents a series of complex challenges and opportunities Our network of EU tax

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  • Customs and international trade - EY - United Kingdom
    Services China Overseas Investment Network Climate Change and Sustainability Services Family Business Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Pensions Russia and CIS Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries Support Services The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Alumni Home Services Tax Global Trade Tax Services Overview About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory Global Trade Legal Services Global Compliance and Reporting Human Capital Private Client Services Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Library Contacts Share Global Trade Increasing trade volumes together with greater scrutiny of cross border flows and a focus on compliance with export controls and import regulations can combine to create significant challenges to your supply chain In today s global economy moving goods internationally can be a complex and costly activity More than ever before effective management of global trade issues is crucial to maintaining competitive advantage Our global network of global trade professionals can help you to operate more effectively in moving goods around the world We can develop and implement strategies to help you to manage duty costs by utilizing free trade agreements special programs and transactional structuring We can help you proactively manage the risks of global trade improve your international trade compliance and increase the operational effectiveness of your supply chains Our core offerings include strategic planning to manage customs and excise duties trade compliance reviews for imports and exports internal controls and process improvement and participation in customs supply chain security programs Our talented people develop proactive pragmatic and integrated strategies that help you to address

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  • EY Law: quality advice in a fast moving world - EY - United Kingdom
    Financial Accounting Advisory Services Financial Statement Audit Fraud Investigation Dispute Services Tax About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory Global Trade Legal Services Global Compliance and Reporting Human Capital Private Client Services Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Strategic Growth Markets Transactions About Transaction Advisory Services Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Restructuring Operational Transaction Services Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services China Overseas Investment Network Climate Change and Sustainability Services Family Business Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Pensions Russia and CIS Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries Support Services The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Alumni Home Services Tax Law Legal Services A diverse team with a broader perspective Share An integrated multi disciplinary approach We are an integrated multi disciplinary practice providing corporate commercial employment and financial services legal advice alongside our existing Advisory Assurance Human Capital Tax and Transactions services We don t use the word integrated lightly and believe our approach is what enables us to deliver a truly different service Globally connected As part of a global network of 1500 law professionals across 67 countries we focus on providing practical workable proposals whether in one or many jurisdictions Collaborative We approach projects collaboratively so we can gain a deep understanding of project objectives and focus on integrated advice and delivery whether from a legal tax or accounting perspective or the combination that best suits you Truly multi disciplinary We focus on areas where a fully integrated multi disciplinary approach pays tangible dividends For

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  • Global compliance and reporting - EY - United Kingdom
    Transaction Advisory Services Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Restructuring Operational Transaction Services Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services China Overseas Investment Network Climate Change and Sustainability Services Family Business Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Pensions Russia and CIS Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries Support Services The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Alumni Home Services Tax Global Compliance and Reporting Tax Services Overview About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory Global Trade Legal Services Global Compliance and Reporting Human Capital Private Client Services Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Library Contacts Share Global compliance and reporting Compliance and reporting make huge demands on tax and finance functions today How do you reduce risk and inefficiencies and improve value cost effectively We understand that what you need is access visibility and control Our market leading approach combines extensive local compliance and accounting experience in 140 countries with a standard global compliance process and web based tools You can access the resources of our dedicated compliance and reporting professionals in one country or globally with a single point of contact Our advice can accommodate local to local service where you need it at the same time as centralizing and automating aspects of the process where it makes sense Our next generation model focuses on global data management making it easier to centralize and re use data across the financial supply chain and geographical boundaries This can result in more accurate data and less manual intervention In one country or

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