Blick Rothenberg partner, Mark Abbs, and BKR International have
conducted a global research project into the Taxation of Internationally Mobile Executives, in collaboration with Exeter Business School.
The international study focuses on directors, executives and employees who work for multinational entities. This is a global report, with participation from BKR firms, with data and critical analysis to help benchmark and understand the ‘best’ and ‘worst’ locations from a tax perspective.
Increased globalisation in recent decades has dramatically changed the way in which multinational enterprises conduct their business across the world. The research is intended to help understand how the taxation of internationally mobile executives in selected locations actually operates, and whether there is a difference between what should happen in theory and what actually happens in practice.
Highlights from the study include:
- Survey data and interviews with international tax specialists;
- Summary data for 20 key locations to allow comparisons and provide relevant overviews;
- Recommendations to encourage governments to use tax policy as a critical tool to make it easier and less complex for internationally mobile executives to work across borders.
The Full Report and Summary Report versions of the study are available to view in digital format on the Blick Rothenberg website here.