We are pleased to share the December 2020 issue of the Private Wealth Newsletter. This issue's featured article looks at the effects of amending tax treaties in Russia, India and other countries in order to fund COVID-19 relief. Also included in this issue are a review of OCED Pillar One and Two, the UK's largest-ever divorce case, and SEC's amendments to the "accredited investor" definition.
The December edition of the newsletter can be accessed by clicking here.
- OECD releases their 'blueprint' on Pillar One and Two
- Brexit — last chance saloon
- Like father, like son: The UK's largest-ever divorce case continues with satellite litigation between family members (Akhmedova v. Akhmedov and others  EWHC 1526 (Fam))
- How the ATO wins by losing — considerations from Greig v. Commissioner of Taxation
- Major development in the UAE tax litigation landscape
- SEC adopts amendments to the 'accredited investor' definition
- Final and proposed regulations issued for GILTI and Subpart F high-taxed income: observations for individual US shareholders
- Reform of Japanese Inheritance Law
- New Canadian trust reporting and disclosure rules are coming into force in 2021
- Court in Steuer affirms California taxation impacted by residency of trustee