T Magazine issues
In this 10th issue of T Magazine, we explore how tax risk and controversy have changed since the financial crisis. We look at emerging risk areas and explore how the relationship between companies and their external stakeholders, including the media, tax administrations and campaign groups, is evolving.
In this issue of T Magazine, we examine current trends in indirect tax and explore their impact on business. We look at the role of indirect taxes in addressing fi scal challenges, and examine how different countries are approaching key policy issues.
In this issue of T Magazine, we examine current best practice in GCR and explore ways in which companies are strengthening their compliance and reporting as part of broader finance transformation efforts.
In this issue of T Magazine, we assess the outlook for M&A across the EMEIA region against a backdrop of continuing economic uncertainty. We explore the deal structures and types that companies are likely to pursue and examine the important role that tax plays in maximizing the chances of a successful transaction.
In this issue of T Magazine, we look at the growing phenomenon of corporate migration. We explore the reasons why it is becoming increasingly commonplace and look at the steps companies need to take in order to move their headquarters from one jurisdiction to another.
In this ninth issue of T Magazine, we explore the changing role of tax directors and examine how they must interact with the rest of the business. This is an important topic not only for tax directors themselves, but also for the entire management team and the business at large.
We look at the emergence of a new generation of “global executives”, either traveling frequently, or else shifting from one international posting to the next. We consider how companies are developing global talent management processes to build talent pipelines for the future, and explore the tax implications of this increasingly mobile workforce.
In this issue of T Magazine, we explore the sustainability agenda in the context of a rapidly evolving fiscal and regulatory environment. We look at how leading companies are responding to calls for greater corporate responsibility from stakeholders, and discuss the importance of cost management and tax planning as a component of a sustainability strategy.
In this issue of T Magazine, we look at how companies are restructuring themselves to reflect the new economic reality. We explore the changes to operating models that may be required, and look at how companies weigh up the pros and cons of key business factors, including market size, skills, business environment — and tax!
In this, our launch issue, we look at tax in a post-crisis world. With business facing a highly uncertain future, the decisions that managers make now will have a significant impact on their future prospects. In this magazine, we argue that tax should be given greater prominence in business decision-making and governance.