EPIF Response to the DAC Proposal

On 8 December 2022, the European Commission adopted its proposal amending the EU Directive on administrative cooperation in the field of taxation, also known as DAC8. This proposal has been highly expected by the industry and is a positive step forward to improve tax transparency and minimize the risks of under-reporting of taxable income. DAC8 [...]


EPIF response to BEFIT

EPIF fully supports the European Commission’s efforts to remove tax obstacles and reduce administrative burdens for European businesses with a view of creating a more business-friendly environment in the EU. We however maintain that the continued pursuit of a multitude of unilateral corporate tax initiatives will lead to a high degree of unnecessary complexity, uncertainty [...]


EPIF response to the OECD RFI exclusion under Pillar 1 – Amount A

EPIF is delighted to share with you its response to the OECD Public Consultation on the Regulated Financial Institutions exclusion under Amount A of Pillar 1. EPIF points out that the proposed rules lead to inequalities that result from the exclusion being determined on an entity-level basis and thus applies to the financial services activities [...]


EPIF response to European Commission public consultation on the review of VAT rules for financial & insurance services

We are delighted to share with you EPIF's response to the European Commission public consultation on the review of VAT rules for financial and insurance services. EPIF members consider the following overarching design principles for a future modernised VAT framework: Provide legal certainty to taxpayers engaged in the provision of financial services; Ensure consistency and [...]

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