KPMG's International Tax practice is part of a network of professionals who can provide meaningful advice on cross-border tax matters.
Tax is an integral part of an organisation's financial management.
It is becoming increasingly clear that organisations should pay as much attention to tax risk as they do to other risk areas such as anti-money laundering or fiduciary risk. In an increasingly transparent environment, organisations will be asked to articulate their tax risk management framework to third parties such as regulators, revenue authorities, introducers of new business and service providers. It is therefore essential for businesses to be preparing for this now. HMRC’s proposed introduction of civil and criminal sanctions to apply to organisations whose representatives facilitate offshore tax evasion bring these matters to further prominence.
Tax is an integral part of an organisation's financial management
The purpose of tax planning as part of an organisation's overall business strategy is to avoid tax leakage, whilst ensuring sound compliance with legislative requirements. We work with clients to put in place effective tax risk management strategies that align their priorities and growth ambitions with changing international tax rules, the attitude of the public and media and approaches taken by tax authorities.