Business are increasingly operating across borders, with communications technology making it easier to access customers and suppliers in other countries - it’s not simply something that is done by very large conglomerates any more. Regardless of size, operating across borders carries tax issues and risks which need to be managed – this webinar covers the principal areas that should be considered for any business expanding outside the UK, whether that expansion is by sales alone or by setting up branches or subsidiaries outside the UK.
Anne Fairpo, CTA(Fellow), ATT, Barrister (Temple Tax Chambers)
Anne’s practice covers UK and international corporate tax planning and disputes, acting for a range of clients from individuals and small owner-managed businesses to listed multinationals. Anne is the author of Bloomsbury Professional's Taxation of Intellectual Property, tax editor of Copinger on Copyright, the editor of the corporate and international chapters of Tiley & Collison, and contributes regularly to other publications and journals. She is a past President of the CIOT and a lecturer at Queen Mary University, London.