The South African Revenue Service released Binding General Ruling 54 on 22 June 2020, clarifying important aspects of the application of section 46 of the Income Tax Act regarding unbundling transactions and the distribution of unlisted shares. Denny Da Silva, Senior Tax Advisor in Johannesburg, outlines the details.
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On 3 June 2020, the Ministry of Law ("MinLaw") and Intellectual Property Office of Singapore ("IPOS") launched a public consultation on "Proposed Licence Conditions and Code of Conduct for Collective Management Organisations" (the "Consultation Paper"). The proposed amendments follow from the responses received during the Copyright Collective Rights Management Ecosystem Public Consultation 2017, and forms part of the ongoing review of Singapore's copyright regime. It seeks to implement a regulatory framework for Collective Management Organisations ("CMOs"), which are currently unregulated.
Baker McKenzie's EMEA Tax Practice Group presented an overview on "Digital Tax", the third in a series of short webinars to keep tax professionals abreast of recent developments in these less than certain times on 23 June 2020.
In October 2018, the Benczkowski memorandum was published reconsidering the U.S. Department of Justice's approach to the use of corporate monitors to ensure that monitorships will not impose unnecessary burdens on businesses. Yet since...