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G20 and Minimum Global Corporate Tax: Fariborz Moshirian discusses issues related to Global Corporate Tax on CNBC
It’s unclear whether G-20 nations will unanimously agree on the global tax plan, expert says.
Fariborz Moshirian, director of the Institute of Global Finance at the University of New South Wales, says countries like Switzerland and India, for instance, are unsure if they can meet the 15% global tax deadline by 2023.
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Following the proposal from Janet Yellen on minimum global corporate tax, Fariborz Moshirian discusses the merit of a global corporate tax
Fariborz Moshirian from the University of New South Wales says Janet Yellen's proposed minimum global tax rate for all major corporations has merit, with higher rates likely to benefit companies in the long term.
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Credit constraints and a lack of access to finance remain critical challenges for many developing economies in the region. Some estimates suggest that over one billion adults have no access to financial services across Asia-Pacific. Furthermore, despite being characterized by vast savings overall, Asia faces considerable long-term investment gaps, with estimates of the gap reaching trillions of US dollars per year.
The most significant Banking and Finance Conference in Asia with the keynotes from eminent international researchers and policy makers. The 33rd Australasian Finance and Banking Conference (AFBC) is organised by the Institute of Global Finance and the School of Banking and Finance, UNSW Business School. The Conference will be held on 15-17 December 2019 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney, Australia.
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Venue: The Australian Graduate School of Management
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Fariborz Moshirian from the University of New South Wales discusses how the U.K. government could have handled the coronavirus better amid concerns about a possible second wave.
UK faces ‘enormous uncertainty’ from Covid-19 and Brexit: Expert
Investment into the UK might dry up if uncertainty persists over whether Britain will be part of the European single market, says Fariborz Moshirian, director of the Institute of Global Finance at the University of New South Wales.