International Taxation of Banking and Corporate Finance

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International Taxation of Banking and Corporate Finance

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This International Taxation of Banking and Corporate Finance Course is a two day course that progresses from introductory level to advanced level with related planning. John Abrahamson explains the essentials of international taxation for corporate finance transactions, including banking, group treasury and in-house banking issues, with an emphasis on the law and practice in a selected range of relevant countries, practical case studies, and transaction examples from bank, multinational treasury centres, and company borrowing perspectives.

John covers the subject of international tax in a practical manner with hands-on case studies and group discussions, making the course an essential choice for international tax practitioners wanting to improve their understanding of international taxation. John has received many excellent reviews from course participants.