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Caroline Silberztein is nominated by France on the list of independent persons of standing authorized to serve as arbitrators for the application of the European Arbitration Convention. She is a member of the United Nations Sub-Committee on Transfer Pricing and continues to be involved in policy dialogue with OECD and non-OECD countries. She is a visiting Professor in several European Universities. She was the Head of the OECD Transfer Pricing Unit from 2001 to 2011.

In brief After much anticipation, the OECD released the ‘Blueprint’ for their Pillar Two proposal on 12 October as part of its two pillar package to deal with the increasing digitalisation of the economy. The premise behind the Pillar Two proposal is simple, if a state does not exercise their…

In brief The Baker McKenzie Global Tax Team has undertaken an in-depth analysis of the ‘Blueprint’ for the Pillar One proposal to produce a digestible summary of everything you need to know. To read our summary of the Blueprint for Pillar Two please click here. Contents CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION TO…

The impact of COVID-19 has been profound. Companies are facing disruptions to supply chains, customer demand, operations and output, and are being confronted with liquidity concerns. In many cases, governments across the world have announced tax provisions and other programs to dampen economic hardships and free much needed cash resources.…

In the stream of urgent issues to be dealt with in the current situation, where all the usual processes and practices are questioned, and where the uppermost priority is to put people first, it is often difficult to step back and identify exactly what tax actions need to be taken…