Corporate Finance & Tax

Issues related to corporate finance dominate today’s fast-moving and increasingly globalised business world. They include everything from the impact of changes in global and local economies on a company’s strategic decisions about where to base its headquarters or a regional office or launch a new operation, through the often contentious topic of corporate taxation, to the day-to-day detail of banking, foreign exchange and employee pensions. Read more

Corporate finance will be one of the main factors influencing a business’s location (or relocation) strategy and its decisions to deploy international assignees to an overseas destination, relocate individual employees, or carry out a group move. For this reason, HR global mobility managers and those providing professional relocation services, as well as global managers and corporate relocation experts, need a broad understanding of a range of corporate finance topics.

With that in mind, this section provides coverage of the full spectrum of corporate financial topics relevant to both large and small companies, through articles, news, tools and other resources.

Our Employee Finance  and UK Banking  sections contain a wealth of practical financial guidance for international assignees, relocating employees, and trailing spouses, partners and family members. They are essential reading for employers, too. Our Directory  gives details of relocation specialists and suppliers in the global mobility industry who can provide bespoke professional support in the areas of corporate and employee finance.

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Latest Corporate Finance News

Latest Tax News

Expatriates in France and Italy could cash in on Brexit

Europe's governments are offering tax breaks to attract high-paid banking and other professionals from London to Europe's financial centres as Brexit day nears.
Philip Hammond, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer in a official UK parliament photo

Businesses see Brexit as the elephant in the budget room

Despite individual positive measures, including those focused on tackling the UK’s long-standing productivity problems, business leaders remain cautious about the last UK budget before Brexit.
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Hammond’s Budget: 'Britain is open for business'

Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his final scheduled Budget Statement before Brexit. Measures to boost business investment and tax reform for global digital platforms were in his sights.

Foreign Exchange

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Theresa May to ask MPs for snap general election

UK prime minister Theresa May will ask parliament tomorrow to approve a motion calling for a general election on 8 June, three years ahead of schedule.
Chinese Yuan

China’s ‘one-off’ devaluation is quickly followed by another

A day after China announced a "one-off depreciation" of the yuan's value against the dollar, the People's Bank of China stunned the world’s financial markets on Wednesday by devaluing their currency for a second consecutive day.

Economic Background

UK and EU flags illustrate article about the latest tentative Brexit agreement

UK-EU 'reach tentative deal on financial services'

A tentative agreement has been reached between the UK and EU, based on 'equivalence' terms that would mean UK firms would have to conform to EU financial regulations.
Philip Hammond, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer in a official UK parliament photo

Businesses see Brexit as the elephant in the budget room

Despite individual positive measures, including those focused on tackling the UK’s long-standing productivity problems, business leaders remain cautious about the last UK budget before Brexit.
Red dispatch box illustration

Hammond’s Budget: 'Britain is open for business'

Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his final scheduled Budget Statement before Brexit. Measures to boost business investment and tax reform for global digital platforms were in his sights.

Financial

UK and EU flags illustrate article about the latest tentative Brexit agreement

UK-EU 'reach tentative deal on financial services'

A tentative agreement has been reached between the UK and EU, based on 'equivalence' terms that would mean UK firms would have to conform to EU financial regulations.
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