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Arbitration has been promoted as the future of tax dispute resolution in recent years in line with the increase in complexity of international tax law. This authoritative book presents existing legal rules on the matter, provides a review of the arguments in favour of tax arbitration, discusses the practical and legal challenges for its wide-spread adoption and compatibility with existing domestic and international norms. It also answers key questions for the practical implementation of a modern tax arbitration system.

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Towards Global Transparency

In this thoroughly revised third edition of what has become the standard work on information exchange in tax matters, Xavier Oberson provides an authoritative overview of the instruments and models used to exchange information on an international level. Addressing the latest developments in the movement towards increased global transparency in tax matters, this updated edition also includes new rules of information exchanges and reporting on digital platforms, crypto assets and crypto currencies.

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This authoritative book provides a structural, global view of evolving judicial and doctrinal trends in the understanding of beneficial ownership in international taxation. Błażej Kuźniacki presents a route towards an international autonomous meaning of beneficial ownership, while also offering a comprehensive explanation of the divergent understandings and tax policy arguments underpinning its continuing ambiguity.

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Mandatory Reporting of Cross-border Transactions for Taxpayers and Intermediaries
This book provides a comprehensive, practical guide to the 6th amendment of Council Directive 2011/16/EU on administrative cooperation in the field of taxation (known as DAC6). Florian Haase offers insight and clarity into the mandatory reporting obligations imposed by DAC6 on intermediaries engaged in tax matters involving cross-border activities, and in some cases taxpayers themselves, as well as the characteristics or ‘hallmarks’ outlined in the Directive that trigger these obligations.
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