Tax news

Newsletters from the RSM Tax Centre of Excellence, covering recent developments in taxation around the world.

Global Mobility: The trends shaping business travel and remote work

12 May 2022
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, businesses and workers faced a myriad of challenges which were unprecedented. Employees working internationally faced new hurdles and for organisations around the world, cross-border projects became far more complex as nations implemented their own strict travel restrictions.

An introduction to the OECD's Pillar One and Two

24 March 2022
In this edition, Duncan Nott, partner at RSM UK, provides an outline of the OECD’s proposals to reform the international tax system under Pillar 1 and Pillar 2

The evolution of Africa's transfer pricing landscape: why global businesses should take notice

18 January 2022
Join RSM South Africa's John Jones as he explores he challenges that countries in Africa face, how African revenue authorities are improving their resources and why multi-national groups should consider the recent advancements.

GES Long term incentive plans

7 January 2022
Discover how long term incentive plans work and how they have been affected in recent years.

Incentivizing Innovation and Investment in the New Global Tax Landscape

15 December 2021
The rules of global taxation are on the brink of change for the first time in nearly 100 years, and innovation is on the horizon. Governments need new alternative ways to encourage innovation and R&D following the global minimum tax.

Global Minimum Tax: Boon or Blessing for Innovation?

22 November 2021
As of 30 October, the kinks have been ironed out of the OECD’s Two-Pillar Solution, and the new reform has been set in motion. But, is it a boon or blessing for Innovation?

G20 and OECD: The future of the global tax system

11 October 2021
The OECD recently issued a Statement on a “Two Pillar Solution to Address the Tax Challenges Arising from the Digitalisation of the Economy”. The OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework, agreed to by more than 130 countries is the OCED’s and G20’s vision for the international tax future. 

Asia Pacific in the spotlight – reimagining global mobility in the next normal

29 September 2021
In light of the disruption caused by COVID-19, how can we reimagine global mobility?

Europe in the spotlight – reimagining global mobility in the next normal

9 September 2021
How can we reimagine global mobility in the light of the disruption caused by COVID-19? 

The Future of Mobility Q&A

23 August 2021
During our webinar on Global Mobility, our experts answered your questions surrounding what the future holds for international employment.

The future of mobility

20 July 2021
With the pandemic putting the issue of employee mobility front and centre, what does its future hold?

Family offices in a virtual world

12 May 2021
The traditional model of a family office setting up in a bricks and mortar space and hiring the right professionals to work and subsequently assemble with family members several times of year, where they would plan and talk strategy, are but a distant memory. 

Beyond the pandemic – shifting investment opportunities for family offices

5 May 2021
Where are smart investments being made? For families looking to speculatively invest in specific industries that fit their investment profile, a common question is where is the smart money going? The evolving COVID-19 environment has provided multiple arbitrage opportunities for investors seeking price dislocations.

To weather the economic storm, family offices must manage their investment risks

5 May 2021
Family offices manage about $4 trillion globally, according to a study conducted by Campden Wealth. As a growing number of families sell out their founding businesses and are cash rich, the amount of wealth managed by these offices continues to increase.

Managing family offices through uncertainty

5 May 2021
Looking forward to a post-pandemic world, there are several factors that family offices should consider during these uncertain times. Managing human capital