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Managing partner and partner in the corporate/commercial department, specialising in mergers, acquisitions and corporate finance.
Trained Forsyte Kerman; qualified 1994; assistant solicitor corporate department, Eversheds 1995-96; Wortley Byers 1997; partner Wortley Byers 1999; head of corporate commercial department 2010 -12.
Davenant Foundation School; University of Hull (1989 BA Law/Politics Joint Honours); College of Law, Guildford (1992).
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Significant changes to the tax regulations in the Republic of Srpska (“RS”) are expected in the coming months. On March 6, the National Assembly of RS passed amendments to the Law on Fiscal Cash Registries. In addition, Parliament approved the Government’s proposals on amendments to several important tax laws, including corporate income tax, personal income tax, social security contributions and property tax. Proposed changes to the laws governing accounting and financial audits have also been approved. These changes are intended to clarify and strengthen existing tax rules, widen the tax base and introduce more discipline in the payment of tax, but also to reduce the tax burden for businesses in order to stimulate economic growth.
The Montenegrin Minister of Finance issued a Rulebook on the Procedures Governing VAT Exemptions for Investors and Supply of Certain Products and Services (the “Rulebook”). The Rulebook defines in more detail the process of VAT exemption introduced by recent amendments to the VAT Law of Montenegro.
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19 May 2015 at 03.30
The Constitutional Court abolished the Article 16/5 of the Decree Law numbered 556.