Will 2022 see tax controversies end for crown dependencies and overseas territories?

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Will 2022 see tax controversies end for crown dependencies and overseas territories?

Geoff Cook, former longstanding chief executive of Jersey Finance and now chair of Mourant Regulatory Consulting, sets out the story so far and the prospects in 2022 for international financial centres (IFCs) in light of the "most significant change in global taxation since the 1920s". The story so far October's G20 Accord on Global Business Taxation made world headlines, but the deal, scheduled for final agreement in 2022, and implementation in 2023, still has significant technical hur...

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