Mining & Metals
Mining and metals tax services
The business and tax landscapes have changed dramatically, and the pace and complexity of change continues to increase. We help our mining and metals clients navigate this shifting landscape with support around taxation issues relating to mining & metals.
As one of the world’s most globally coordinated tax practices, with a network of professionals in more than 120 countries, our tax practice is organized across geographic areas and business lines to deliver services seamlessly to our clients.
How we can help?
We bring you a global perspective based on our long-standing experience of what really works in transfer pricing and tax effective supply chain management in the sector. Our multi-disciplinary teams can help you build and implement the structure that makes sense for your business, improve your processes and manage the cost of trade.
Our transfer pricing professionals help you review, document, manage and defend your transfer pricing policies and processes – aligning them with your business strategy. We can help you with:
- Transfer pricing planning
- Global documentation
- Global transfer pricing controversy and risk management
- Tax effective supply chain management
- Transfer pricing in financial services
- Transfer pricing and customs
Global compliance and reporting
Our teams work together in EY’s global model to complete timely and accurate tax and financial filings so companies have an increased level of confidence that they are meeting legal obligations. Our people also can identify ways to help increase value, efficiency and control in these core functions.
Human capital, including expatriate services
With skills shortages in the sector and the increasingly mobile nature of mining and metals teams, we understand the needs of attracting, managing and retaining people who are constantly moving across borders.
Our performance and reward professionals help design compensation programs and equity incentives to engage key people and attract top-flight talent. We offer assistance in helping you meet local regulatory change and manage global talent effectively.
Tax policy and controversy
Resource nationalism is on the rise, and there is a continuing need to engage and negotiate with government. Our worldwide network of tax policy and controversy professionals includes former top government officials who are committed to helping you with strategies to engage with government and to proactively manage risks to avoid unnecessary conflict with tax authorities.
We can also help resolve existing disputes in ways that reduce the impact on our clients’ business. Our professionals can provide fiscal and economic insights and impact assessments on key issues.
Cross border advisory
Our dedicated international tax professionals assist our clients with their cross-border tax structuring, planning, reporting and risk management. Our market-leading global tax desk network - a co-located team of highly experienced professionals from multiple countries - has revolutionized the way we provide international tax services.
We work with you to build proactive and truly integrated global tax strategies that address the tax risks of today's businesses and achieve sustainable growth.
Every transaction has tax implications, whether it's an acquisition, disposal, refinancing, restructuring or initial public offering. Understanding and planning for these implications can mitigate transaction risk, enhance opportunity and provide crucial negotiation insights.
Our Transaction Tax services comprise a worldwide network of professional advisors who can help you do just that. By combining diverse cross-border transaction experience with local tax knowledge across a broad spectrum of industry sectors, we can help you make informed decisions and navigate the tax implications of your transaction.
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