ISOLAS LLP Contributes to 2022 Chambers Corporate Tax Global Practice Guide – Tax


Gibraltar: ISOLAS LLP contributes to the 2022 Chambers Global Practice Guide on Corporate Taxation

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ISOLAS LLP Partner – Adrian Pilcher, Senior Partner – Stuart Dalmedo and Partner – Julian Warwick contributed to the latest edition of the Chambers Corporate Tax Global Practice Guide.

The guide, produced by respected legal publishers Chambers & Partners, features 45 jurisdictions and provides the latest legal information on types of business entities, special incentives, consolidated tax groupings, personal and corporate tax rates, withholding taxes, tax treaties, transfer pricing, anti-avoidance, audit cycles and base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS).

The Gibraltar chapter, written by the ISOLAS team, includes an overview of the law in Gibraltar, including the new Limited Partnerships Act 2021 as well as the Protected Cell Limited Partnerships Act 2021, and covers a wide range of tax characteristics applicable to local and foreign persons. entities.

Recent changes to Gibraltar law bringing the jurisdiction in line with an OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) framework to improve global tax efficiency are also explored. The chapter sets out the measures adopted to maintain Gibraltar’s reputation as a favorable business and tax landscape while ensuring that Gibraltar is a responsible player on the world stage.

Adrian Pilcher, Partner at ISOLAS LLP, said: “We are delighted to have had, once again, the opportunity to share our expertise with the industry through Chambers’ latest global practice guide. ISOLAS LLP is proud to be a leading law firm within our jurisdiction, and we hope that the information provided will prove useful to those seeking to do business in Gibraltar or simply to expand the scope of their operations.”

The full Gibraltar chapter of the 2022 Chambers Corporate Tax Global Practice Guide can be read here:

The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide on the subject. Specialist advice should be sought regarding your particular situation.


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