Tax & Inward Investment
Through independent, non-profit research and education promoting tax & investment reform and public-private initiatives, SupplyFinder aims to improve investment climate in transition and developing economies.
SupplyFinder Tax & Inward Investment aims to facilitate trust and mutual understanding on tax policy and administration between digital / technology companies, international organizations and national governments – to promote free trade and open investment arrangements, supported by tax treaties consistent with these goals.
SupplyFinder’s joint venture with the International Trade and Investment Council (ITIC) works with governments to ensure compliance with global trade rules and fosters regional economic cooperation agreements.
SupplyFinder Tax & Inward Investment provides:
Information on best practices in taxation & investment policy
Work with ministries of finance, customs services and tax authorities in 85 countries
International and regional financial institutions engaged in tax policy and tax administration issues
Credible broker of public-private tax dialogue facilitating mutual understanding and trust between business and government
Stakeholders convene to discuss academic analyses, policy studies and international best practices
International double tax treaties, free trade agreements, investment protection agreements, and multilateral trade arrangements
Providing input on how digitalization and related taxation affects economy, growth, entrepreneurship, and investment climate