Rapid developments in the global economy are prompting swift and constant changes to tax laws in many countries, posing new and complex legal challenges for multinational companies and for high net worth individuals (HNWI). Sweeping reforms are now being contemplated worldwide, and are likely to result in major tax impacts for companies and HNWI. It is essential to be aware of such changes and to respond effectively.
Individually and together, members of World Law Group's Tax & Private Wealth Group apply in-depth expertise to a range of sophisticated legal issues relating to both international corporate taxation and the taxation of private wealth. Collectively, these lawyers bring a global perspective and seamless solutions to any tax dilemma, be it for two or twenty jurisdictions.
The Tax & Private Wealth Group hosts quarterly virtual meetings so that members can keep abreast of major tax developments around the globe, sharing up-to-date intelligence on changes in tax laws and regulations and successful strategies for responding to such changes. They meet in-person annually at the International Fiscal Association Congress. Group members regularly collaborate on webinars, comparative law guides, and other resources useful in their day-to-day practice—to help them better serve clients wherever those clients invest and operate.
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