Busi­ness Im­plic­a­tions of Brexit

A CMS Tax Ana­lys­is

The United Kingdom has triggered Article 50 to leave the European Union, raising more and more questions about businesses and individuals both in the UK and in the EU. With the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project already well under way, and stringent new EU anti-BEPS projects being negotiated and voted, the international tax context for the Brexit is more complex than ever. In a series of five articles, our CMS experts have outlined some of these issues and will offer you their insights to better understand this unique and unprecedented situation, not only from a UK prospective, but also from the point of view of its European business partners.

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Business Implications of Brexit - A CMS Tax Analysis 2017
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Authors

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Stéphane Gelin
Partner
Paris
Elisabeth Ashworth
Elisabeth Ashworth
Partner
Paris
Picture of Herman Boersen
Herman Boersen
Partner
Amsterdam
Picture of Staffan Bos
Staffan Bos
Tax Lawyer
Amsterdam
Richard Croker
Richard Croker
Partner
London
Marie Debruyne
Marie Debruyne
Associate
Lyon
Picture of Daniel Gutmann
Daniel Gutmann
Partner
Paris
Andreas Hofelich
Dr. Andreas Hofelich
Partner
Cologne
Niels-Koene-CMS-NL
Niels Koene
Advocaat
Amsterdam
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