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Cross-Border & International Tax


Whether you’re expanding operations to (or from) the United States, investing in Africa, or accessing global capital markets, it’s important to ensure that your strategies are as tax-efficient as possible.


Mergers, acquisitions, financings, reorganizations and divestitures can trigger taxes wherever they occur. Activities within specific industries are subject to additional scrutiny. Add foreign exchange controls to the mix and you’ll understand how experienced tax advice can benefit your business.


With proper planning, cross-border activities can be structured to minimize cost and clear regulatory approval. If disputes arise, you’ll have lawyers familiar with local tax regimes and revenue authorities on your side.


We provide advice on tax treaty interpretation, transfer pricing (including advance pricing arrangements and dispute resolution), non-resident withholding taxes and foreign property reporting obligations.


Our industry expertise – especially in energy, finance, mining and technology – stands out. We share this knowledge with clients and colleagues alike, leading lead activities and seminars for the International Bar Association, American Bar Association and International Fiscal Association.


Download our Guide to Investing in Africa, visit our TaxEdInternational blog, or contact any of our lawyers with your questions about cross-border tax strategies.

Chambers & Partners Publication name with laurels Chambers Canada Ranks our Firm Nationwide in Tax ranks our firm nationwide in Tax and recognizes one of our lawyers in Tax as well as another in Tax Litigation
Best Lawyers Publication name with laurels The Best Lawyers in Canada Lists 14 of our Lawyers lists 14 of our lawyers in several related areas of practice, including Tax Law and Trusts and Estates
2016 to 2017 The International Tax Review Recognizes Tax Leaders recognizes two of our lawyers as Tax Controversy Leaders and two of our lawyers as Indirect Tax Leaders
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