PKF Francis Clark's tax team has been strengthened by the appointment of Nicola Manclark as a partner at our growing Bristol office. Nicola previously worked in…
Many companies will become part of a much larger corporate group as a result of an acquisition, or perhaps as the only UK element of a much larger overseas corporate group which is looking to expand into the UK marketplace.
Whichever, once within a much larger corporate group a number of tax-related reporting and regulatory issues – which perhaps were not present before – now need to be dealt with. Experience tells us that group tax functions do not necessarily communicate with local finance directors in these areas and so it is important that local action is taken to avoid issues later on down the line.
This paper deals with the major tax-related reporting and regulatory issues arising, albeit there are other technical tax issues (such as transfer pricing, diverted profits tax and the interest restriction) that are likely to become relevant where a company becomes a member of a ‘large’ group.