“The application of national taxes to income from international business has created complex yet fascinating issues. The co-ordination of national jurisdiction to tax international income has rested formally a network of bileteral treaties, but its practical administration has relied on a community of specialists: business advisers on the one hand and national officials on the other. The rapid growth of transnational corporations has put great pressure on the international tax system, especially due to increasing difficulty of ensuring that the internal transfer prices between related firms in different countries reflect a fair and acceptable allocation of costs and profits. Furthermore, the wide spread use of intermediary companies formed in tax havens has led to complex counter-measures and a constant process of treaty renegotiation and interaction with national law.” Prof. Sol Picciotto
Investment into and out of Turkey, advising on entegration of international group structures, tax avoidance, implementation of bileteral prevention of double taxation treaties, profit repatriation, transfer pricing, acquisition of cross border properties, international tax optimisation, and cross border VAT issues.