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IBFD Journal Articles - Finance and Capital Markets

Provides authoritative, up-to-date information and sharp analyses for tax professionals and financial market experts around the world. 

IBFD Journal Articles - Finance and Capital Markets

Anuschka Bakker
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Online Journal


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IBFD Journal Articles - Finance and Capital Markets

Why subscribe?

Provides authoritative, up-to-date information and sharp analyses for tax professionals and financial market experts around the world. Focusing on international tax, it also covers regulatory and accounting issues relevant for tax practitioners. It contains the entire content of the Derivatives & Financial Instruments Journal and comprises all Journal articles about finance and capital markets published in all other IBFD Journals.

Main contents 

  • Detailed articles on topics concerning the taxation of derivatives and financial instruments.
  • Overview of recent developments in tax law relevant for the financial services industry.
  • Different perspectives are provided in substantial country surveys written by respected local specialists.
  • Regular comparative country reports on specific topical tax subjects.
  • Special issues with interdisciplinary discussions on hot issues in the financial services industry.




IBFD Journal articles are also available on a single article-basis. Gain immediate access to a wealth of tax information but pay only for the journal article(s) you need. Read more


Journal Preview (optional free service)

As soon as the journal content is finalized we will send you a summary of forthcoming articles via email. Our clients find this useful as it notifies them prior to publication and allows them to see at a glance which articles might be interesting.


  • Includes optional free email service that informs you about the forthcoming articles of the journal.
  • Articles and news items are based on research and contributions from professionals from all over the world to ensure that coverage is truly global.
  • All articles are available online via our dynamic Tax Research Platform, allowing you to:
    • Create and save unique personalized research profiles.
    • Export articles to MS Word and PDF and entire issues to PDF quickly and easily.
    • Access the complete online archive dating back to 1999.




Managing editor


Board of editors

Anton Joseph (FTIA, Solicitor (United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia), MTaxS (University of Auckland, New Zealand) and Compliance Manager (Sydney))
Prof. Guglielmo Maisto (Maisto e Associati, Milan)
Eelco van der Stok (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Amsterdam)
Silvain Niekel (Ernst & Young, Amsterdam)
Prof. Hein Vermeulen (University of Amsterdam and PwC)
Paul Carman (Chapman and Cutler, Chicago)

Regional Editors

Freddy Karyadi (ABNR Law, Jakarta)
Flavio Rubinstein (VettoriRubinstein, Sao Paolo)


Saskia Belt (IBFD, Amsterdam)

Contribution of articles

The editor welcomes original and previously unpublished contributions, which will be of interest to an international readership of tax professionals, lawyers, executives and scholars. Manuscripts will be subject to a review procedure and the editor reserves the right to make amendments which may be appropriate prior to publication. Manuscripts should be sent with a covering letter submitting biographical data and current affiliation to the editor. The author will be notified of acceptance, rejection or need for revision within eight weeks. Manuscripts may range from 3,000 to 12,000 words.
For contributions and questions, please email the editor.
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