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The IBSA held its first Transatlantic video conferencing meeting at the New York and London offices of Squire Patton Boggs (SPB) on Wednesday 15th March. It was a fascinating insight into how the US and UK are likely to evolve their tax systems in the coming years, contemplating the proposed tax reform of President Trump in the US, and the Brexit consequences for the UK.
In order to stimulate development of film industry (meaning development of production of audiovisual works which is official formulation), as well as to stimulate development of film/related industries in Serbia, Government of Serbia adopted Regulation on incentives to investors to produce audiovisual works in Serbia (issued in Official Gazette of RS No 72/2015).
Roy Saunders, IFS Consultants, opened the floor by introducing the audience to a case study that involved a wealthy family with business and investment activity worldwide and possibilities to choose any country as their home. He explained that the panel would describe advantages of several countries where the protagonists of the case study could move.
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