09 December 2021
Abolishing digital taxes one part of the OECD's global tax reform
The OECD announced in October 2021 final agreement, by 136 of the 140 base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) Inclusive Framework countries (including the UK, US and China), of a landmark global tax reform package, aimed at addressing the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the...
24 November 2021
Global Bank Review: Triodos Spanish chief on ESG and remaking banking for the 2020s
Continuing our series of insights from senior industry figures, the Global Bank Review speaks with Mikel Garcia-Prieto Arrabal, Director General of sustainability pioneer Triodos Bank España. Mikel shares his views on how climate change and rising social obligations are impacting banks and how...
13 September 2023
Australian Employment, Industrial Relations and Safety Podcasts
Join our experts as they discuss and share their views on the latest developments we are seeing in the employment, industrial relations and workplace healthy and safety space covering areas such as underpayment compliance, annualised salary provisions, industrial manslaughter laws and what key...
12 September 2023
Housing Australia Future Fund bill set to become law
The federal government’s Housing Australia Future Fund ( HAFF ) bill is expected to pass through parliament this week, after the Greens party announced their support for the bill yesterday. The bill is one of the Labor government’s key 2022 election commitments and will establish a $10 billion fund...
11 September 2023
UPC Structure – local, regional and central divisions and Court of Appeal, Judges & Languages
The UPC has a Court of First Instance (divided into local, regional and central divisions) and a Court of Appeal (Luxembourg). Cases can commence in any one of these divisions according to the subject matter and the prescribed division set out in the UPC Agreement and the UPC Rules .