Martin Hearson’s recent interview on the Tax Notes Talk podcast was shared in a Forbes article. He was interviewed by David Stewart on how the OECD’s work on taxation of the digital economy affects developing countries. Read the full interview here. The Latest Nigerian News republished the article here.
Tax Notes‘s podcast, Tax Notes Talk, is a weekly discussion of cutting-edge developments in tax, including up-to-the-minute changes in federal, state, and international tax law and regulations. ICTD International Tax lead Martin Hearson was featured in the podcast’s November 7th episode, speaking with David Stewart on how the OECD’s work on taxation of the digital economy affects developing countries. You can listen to the episode here.
On Sunday October 20th, International Tax Lead Martin Hearson delivered the keynote speech at the IMF and World Bank “Tax Sunday” event. Julie Martin shares some of his insights in the latest MNE Tax article “OECD director, tax experts, explore proposed “unified approach to pillar one” for taxing multinational groups“.
In August 2019, ICTD celebrated publishing 100 working papers. The paper, Safe Harbour Regimes in Transfer Pricing: An African Perspective by Alexander Ezenagu, was featured in Tax Notes International and Law360.
The Quartz article on “How an idyllic African island became a tax haven for some of the world’s biggest corporations” quoted ICTD Researchers Catherine Ngina Mutava, who spoke on the Kenya-Mauritius tax treaty, and Alex Ezenagu, who spoke on an alternative unitary tax system. Read the article here.
On July 23, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) launched their Mauritius Leaks investigation, quoting ICTD International Tax lead Martin Hearson in their story. The investigation highlights the number of organisations and professionals (accountants, bankers, lawyers) it took for 1 US company to pay just 1.59% tax. See the interactive story here. Martin also contributed to a Q&A with ICIJ, explaining “What is a tax treaty and why should I care?“
Our gender research was highlighted in the latest edition of “Impôts et Justice Sociale” podcast, the Francophone podcast by Tax Justice Network. Listen to the podcast here.