Objectives & Agenda :
The Multilateral Instrument (MLI) is the latest development in International taxation which would modify the existing bilateral treaties (DTAAs) and implement measures to prevent Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS) strategies. MLI is a flexible instrument which will modify tax treaties according to a jurisdiction’s policy preferences by providing Alternate provisions, optional provisions and right for reservation. In this webinar, we will analyse the MLI Positions of India and 3 other countries and understand the effect of MLI on the tax treaties between the Countries. The 3 countries considered for analysis in this Webinar are Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom (UK).