This episode of TMT Talk discusses the issues and challenges when it comes to digital services tax and its possible wider implications on global tech companies. Kate AlexanderAriane CalloudDominika Korytek and Antonia Azpeitia tackle the timely global questions that surround the taxation of digital multinational companies. Listen in to our panel of experts as they give their perspectives on what is conjecture, what to consider and where we see the world going.

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Kate handles all aspects of cross-border tax structuring for UK-headed and non-UK headed groups. She is particularly knowledgeable in UK DPT provisions, CFC regime, loan relationship anti-avoidance provisions and the new interest limitation rules. She regularly assists multinational companies with the design of their global holding and financing structures.

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Dominika Korytek is a partner in the Firm's San Francisco office. She routinely advises businesses on strategies for international expansion, domestic and international acquisitions, reorganizations and dispositions. Dominika is a member of the North America Tax Practice Group’s Tax Planning and Transactions Committee and is the Chair of the Diversity & Inclusion committee for California. She speaks frequently at client seminars and conferences pertaining to international taxation sponsored by the Tax Executives Institute (TEI), Bloomberg BNA and others. For several years, she has been included in the International Tax Review’s “Women in Tax Leader” publication which is a list of the world’s leading female tax practitioners.

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María Antonia Azpeitia heads the Firm’s Tax Litigation and VAT practice groups in Madrid. She is ranked as a leading practitioner in her field by Chambers Europe, and is highly regarded for her work on VAT matters. She is a regular lecturer in tax seminars and conferences, and contributor to economic newspapers and other specialized publications.

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Ariane Calloud is a member of the Tax Practice Group in Baker McKenzie Paris. Prior to joining the Firm in 2007, Ms. Calloud worked in the tax department of Landwell & Associés (PwC) where she practiced corporate tax and international tax law.

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