The world is becoming more connected and borders are fading. International trade continues to dominate, and the advancement of technology has facilitated our international inter-connectedness. Operations have become global in nature and global tax rules are constantly being updated to reflect the new realities. Keeping up with the changes and being in compliance is no mean feat.
At Seed we recognize this fact, and we assist our clients on their cross-border transactions and international structures, together with our assistance to individuals and their families when relocating to a new jurisdiction and changing their tax status. In addition to advising on treaties and directives, we assist clients with their international needs, by tapping into the knowledge of our foreign partners whenever the need arises.
Seed has taken the lead on a number of tax projects, involving a number of multinational enterprises (MNEs) situated all over the globe, and coordinating with tax experts in various jurisdictions.
We specialise in all areas of direct tax, including EU directives and State Aid rules. We can also assist you with determining whether your business will be affected by the EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive which was recently transposed into domestic law – this directive tackles measures including interest deduction limitation, controlled foreign companies, hybrid mismatches and general anti-tax avoidance.
Assess the impact of directives on your business
Tackle cross-border issues
Assess whether a particular transaction will impact the potential for tax deductibility
Determine whether your business has a permanent establishment in another country
Manage your global effective tax rate