17 June 2024

New Directors Join Morison Global European Board

We are pleased to announce the appointment of two new directors to the Morison Global European Board: David James, International Liaison Partner at Grupa Strategia in Poland, and Izabela Suchomska, Partner at Nyman Lisbon Paul in the UK.

3 June 2024

Ryan Piper named CEO of Morison Global

Morison Global has appointed Ryan Piper as its new global Chief Executive Officer of the 74-country professional services association, as the group looks towards growing its influence in the global associations landscape.

27 May 2024

Morison Global Europe Conference: A trip to Prague

The Morison Global Europe Conference (17-19 May 2024) kicked off with a lively welcome drinks reception at the stunning rooftop of the President Hotel in Prague, Czechia. It was wonderful to see our members in person for the first time this year and reconnect as a community.

28 February 2024

Tokyo 2023: A spectacular journey through innovation, insights, and Japanese culture

The Morison Global International & Asia Pacific conference (27-30 November 2023) kicked off with a vibrant celebration in Tokyo, bringing together both familiar and fresh faces for an evening filled with great food, drinks, and cultural experiences. From the spectacle of two chefs skilfully carving a whole tuna to the traditional Sake Barrel Ceremony “Kagami-Biraki,” the stage was set for an unforgettable conference.

30 January 2024

IRS provides temporary relief from controversial foreign tax credit regulations

At a glance The main takeaway: Notice 2023-55 provides a reprieve from many elements of certain foreign tax credit regulations. Impact on your business: Taxpayers may choose to apply more favourable prior foreign tax credit regulations, including on a retroactive basis. Next steps: Aprio’s International Tax team can help multinational companies navigate complicated foreign tax credit rules in an effort to relieve a double tax burden on foreign source income.

30 January 2024

Foreign trusts and taxation in Australia

Similar to many jurisdictions, Australia operates a residence-based approach to determine the tax liability of a taxpayer. Tax residency is very important for many reasons. Generally, Australian tax residents are taxed on world-wide income and are eligible for capital gains tax (CGT) discounts, subject to different tax rates, levies, withholding, tax offsets and exemptions. On the other hand, foreign tax residents are generally only taxed on income from Australian sources. Further, Australian tax residents who receive amounts from a foreign trust could find themselves with unexpected tax liabilities.