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Multilateral Instrument – The tax way forward

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published on 31 August 2021

 

On 18 February 2021, Malaysia deposited its instrument of ratification for the Multilateral Instrument (MLI), which came into force for Malaysia on 1 June 2021. The MLI is part of the BEPS Action Plan by the OECD to tackle tax avoidance and profit shifting schemes. With more than 70 signatories, it represents one of the most important changes to cross-border tax norms as of today. The MLI provisions are likely to not only affect new arrangements, but also existing structures within your business. It is thus strongly recommendable to take a proactive approach in reviewing existing cross border structures and value chain models in order to determine necessary enhancements and to mitigate potential tax risks. In the course of this webinar, Prabu Chaloraju (Senior Tax Consultant at Rödl & Partner Malaysia) and Priya Selvanathan (Head of Tax & Transfer Pricing ASEAN) will explore the MLI provisions and illustrate potential risks by means of hands-on, practice oriented case studies.

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