Tolley's International Taxation of Corporaet Finance

Tolley's International Taxation of Corporate Finance


This book introduces and discusses international tax issues relating to corporate finance, group treasury, and banking operations. The book is intended to benefit accountants, lawyers, economists, financial managers and government officials by explaining practical corporate finance international tax issues. These issues include: examples of country tax regimes; corporate finance including issuing shares; debt instruments; bank loans; investment banking activities; and alternative finance such as crowdfunding; microfinance and alternative energy funding; and international tax issues relating to interest and dividend flows; capital gains; and foreign tax credits. The book reviews related topics, including: mergers and acquisitions funding; asset and project finance; securitisation; derivatives; hybrid securities and entities; Islamic financing; bank capital structures; group treasury companies; debt restructuring; and transfer pricing issues. The book is based on Corporate Finance and International Taxation courses presented by the author in London, Paris, Zurich, Lugano, Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City, Hong Kong and Singapore.

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Research theme: Administrative Law, Regulatory Law and Policy

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