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Tax and Regulations Briefings

During INREV’s monthly Tax and Regulations Briefings, experts present their insights and answer questions on the current regulatory and tax issues facing our industry. Calls usually take place on the last Thursday of the month at 9:30 am CET /  8:30 am UK time.

Proposed new EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive focus of January briefing

Thu 27 Jan 2022 @ 09:30 CET / 08:30 UK

Join us for this month’s Briefing to hear Richard van der Linden, Tax Partner Real Estate at PwC presenting on the European Commission’s legislative proposal adopting the OECD agreement on minimum tax along with measures for fighting the use of shell entities for tax avoidance explained in the briefing last August.

Listen to past recordings

Making sense out of the new fund marketing landscape Briefing  

Published on 30 Sep 2021

Claire Prospert from Linklaters’ Luxembourg office and Richard Cole from the firm’s London office present on navigating the practical challenges of cross-border distribution of real estate funds under EU Cross-Border Distribution rules and evolving NPPR and MiFID practices.  

Opportunities in the UK Funds Review Briefing  

Published on 23 Mar 2021

A joint INREV/AREF/IPF briefing where we looked at the details of the proposed new PIF (CS) and LTAF fund structures and the implications they could have for the real estate funds sector, as well other aspects of the call for important input on this consultation.

ESG-related regulatory and policy initiatives Briefing  

Published on 15 Oct 2020

Kate Binedell and Matthew Baker, Partners at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner in London, who presented an update on recent ESG-related regulatory requirements impacting non-listed real estate investment. They were joined by Abigail Dean, Head of Sustainability, Real Estate at Nuveen in London, who discussed some of the practical issues implementing the new regulations present for fund managers.

Proposed Code of Tax Conduct Briefing  

Published on 30 Sep 2020

Francisco Da Cuhna (Deloitte) and Keith O’Donnell (Atoz) discussed the structure and substance of the proposed code, and the contribution recommendations and best practices on tax-related matters.

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