Indirect transfer tax from an Indian perspective: a caution point for global reorganisations
with Mukesh Butani
This year saw the Indian Supreme Court produce a landmark verdict in the Vodafone case, India's most debated tax case. The ruling has presented huge implications for the Indian government, resulting in a drastically changed environment for multinationals operating in India.
With more governments taking a bullish stance in pursuit of what they view as a fair tax take, Mukesh Butani, a leading expert in the practical application of international tax law in India, will explain how the Department of Revenue has already responded to the ruling with major legislative changes to the tax regime for foreign entities obtaining value from activities in India.
Join us to learn more, including:
- the background to the Court's decision, and its reading of international tax law
- the Revenue's response, and what this means for the future of global reorganisations
- case studies and grey areas in implementing the new law
The fee for this event is £20 (free for International Tax Affiliates).
Entry is open to ADIT students and holders, and anyone else who is interested in international tax.
About the speaker
Mukesh Butani is Founder and Managing Partner of BMR Legal Advocates, a boutique law firm specialising in the areas of corporate international tax, transfer pricing, GST, customs and trade, with expertise in litigation services, controversy management, strategic transaction advisory and policy.
With specialisation in domestic corporate international tax and transfer pricing, Mukesh has over three decades of experience in advising multinationals and Indian conglomerates on a wide range of matters relating to FDI policy, business re-organisations, cross-border tax structuring, tax controversy and regulatory policy. He is an acknowledged expert in the area of international tax policy, controversy and advocacy, and has to his credit several landmark judicial pronouncements. He has deposed as an Expert Witness on contentious cross-border tax treaty and transfer pricing matters in foreign jurisdictions.
Mukesh is a qualified Chartered Accountant and holds a bachelor's degree in Commerce and Law, and practices as an Advocate before various Tribunals, High Courts and the Supreme Court of India.