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Last week Ras Berglund and I spoke at the ESOP Centre’s 2022 Share Schemes Symposium about the growing impact of ESG on executive...
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Last year ended with the publication of model rules for the OECD's project to achieve a global minimum corporate tax rate of at least...
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Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves has announced that Labour, if the party wins the next general election, will target the carried interest...
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The European Commission (EC) set out its ambitions for a 21st century tax system in May 2021. Since then, it has published a consultation...
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Boohoo plc has become the latest listed company to tie its executive remuneration arrangements to specific ESG targets. The company has...
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Not only are carbon border taxes an interesting policy proposal in theory (on which we recently reflected here), but something that some...
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Given the popular view that a company’s ESG profile can have a material effect on its financial performance, you might expect that...
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The government recently published a consultation containing the proposed operation and scope of a new Residential Property Developer Tax...
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In recent years, OECD member countries have been debating an ambitious plan to impose a global minimum tax rate on corporate profits for...
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Today the Government published their tax policies and consultations for Spring 2021, comprised of an overview Command Paper, eight...
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The Supreme Court has ruled that Uber drivers are “workers”, and so are entitled to certain rights under employment law. This article...
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One of the questions we are asked at the moment is if CGT rates are increased at this year’s Budget, will the change take effect from...
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“This will play itself out – can’t we just ignore it?”. Before last year, this was perhaps still a reasonable – if potentially...
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A new year and a new relationship between the UK and EU beckons as the transitional period finally ended on 31 December 2020. The new...
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The upper tribunal has confirmed that certain cumulative preference shares can form part of the “ordinary share capital” of a company for...
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New listing rule on climate-related financial disclosures With everything else going on at the moment, readers may be forgiven for...