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4 years

Brexit – Mind the Gap

Difficult and prolonged negotiations between the UK and EU27 have not resulted in any trade deal as yet and the prospects to reach a deal by 2019 look pretty slim. And how can it? When British parliament and it’s MP’s cannot even agree on a common approach to Brexit, how to move forward?

4 years

Ambitious Fintech Startups Should Come to Scotland

Political and economic disruption is turning Edinburgh into a global fintech capital, making it the perfect time for ambitious startups to move their operations to Scotland.

4 years

Tax Reform – Corporations and Partnerships

The US Tax Reform is still being formed in the abattoir of Washington DC. Since the reform proposal has a lot to say about the relative roles and tax rates applied to corporations and partnerships, it is time to take a quick look at the history of these.

4 years

Is Sustainability a Business Challenge?

The world population is expected to grow from the 7.5 billion currently (5 billion in 1987) to 10 billion by 2050.

4 years

The Indian Digital Dream

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a talk at ISB Hyderabad by Dr. Ganesh Natarajan on the digital transformation India is experiencing. He made a great point that if every techy Indian just makes two people digitally literate, we might soon live in a different nation we all like to dream about, blame others for, and discuss in big conference rooms etc! I couldn’t agree more!

4 years

Latest Tax Reform Proposal

Having described the taxonomy of the US Tax Code in the last article, it is worth taking a look at two of the most discussed areas of the Code: Partnerships (Subchapter K) and Corporations (Subchapter C).

4 years

FinTech & Regulation

The promise of Fintech is to improve financial services by the use of technology. Technology has been a key focus for decades in the financial services industry. Unfortunately, this technology has primarily benefited the industry itself rather than its customers. The cost of financial intermediation has been remarkably steady for 140 years.