Ireland must lead the way in international tax best practice

Law firm Maples and Calder advises adopting best practice to succeed on the global stage

9th December, 2018

A leading international law firm has said Ireland must continue to adopt international tax changes to remain competitive. Maples and Calder, a law firm which advises financial, institutional, business and private clients around the world, said the EU, the OECD and the US had driven significant changes over the past two years to the tax treatment of companies doing business internationally.

Andrew Quinn, head of tax at the firm, said the OECD’s Base Erosion and...

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