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Global Supply Chain planning in a post-COVID-19 world: The Future of Tax and Legal – a global perspective

What has COVID-19 taught business about supply chain planning, and contingency planning? What incentives and relief can business leverage to expand or relocate their manufacturing and production activity? What is the future of global trade post-2020, including free trade agreements? How have distribution models been affected, and what are the transfer pricing implications of those? We invite you to join this new virtual meeting series that will help you stay connected to top-of-mind business issues for tax and legal departments from a global perspective. This is the third webcast in the series, and will focus on global supply chain planning for a world after novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We will cover:

  • Contingency planning post COVID-19
  • Incentives and relief for business expansion and relocation
  • Future of global trade beyond 2020
  • Effects of COVID-19 to distribution models and the resulting transfer pricing implications

Suggested audience: Tax Directors; Transfer Pricing professionals, Global Trade Directors

Presenters:

Doug Zuvich, Head of Global Trade & Customs, KPMG International, and Partner, KPMG in the US
Warrick Cleine, Head of Tax and Legal, KPMG Vietnam
Sunny Leung, Partner, Tax Data & Analysis, KPMG China
Tim Sarson, Value Chain Management Partner, KPMG International, and Partner, KPMG in the UK

Date: 7 April 2020

Time: 8:00 to 9:30 New York
           13:00 to 14:30 London
           14:00 to 15:30 Amsterdam
           20:00 to 21:30 China and Singapore

Register here.

Managing in challenging times: the Future of Tax and Legal - a global perspective

31 March 2020

This is the second webcast in the series, and covered perspectives on the future of the tax and legal functions, considering the current environment in light of the impacts of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Topics discussed:

  • Short term impacts on the tax function.
  • Transfer pricing considerations.
  • Managing tax authority risk post COVID-19.
  • Implications on issues arising in deals.

Presenters:

Komal DhallGlobal Head of Global Transfer Pricing Services, KPMG International 
Sharon Katz-PearlmanGlobal Head of Dispute Resolution and Controversy, KPMG International
David NeuenhausGlobal Lead, Asset Management Tax; Global Lead, Institutional Investors/Sovereign Wealth and Pension Funds Tax, KPMG in the U.S.
Arco VerhulstGlobal Head of Deal Advisory, Mergers & Acquisitions Tax, KPMG International
Rodney Lawrence, Global Head of International Tax, KPMG International
Paula YuPartner, Shanghai SF Lawyers (being a member of the KPMG Global Legal Services network)
David Morris, Partner, Commercial Law, KPMG Australia
Lewis Lu, Head of Tax, KPMG in China

Date: 31 March 2020

Time: 8:00 to 9:30 New York
           13:00 to 14:30 London
           14:00 to 15:30 Amsterdam
           20:00 to 21:30 China and Singapore

Watch the replay here
View the presentation deck here.

Managing through a crisis: tax and legal impacts from a global perspective

24 March 2020

This webcast is a part of the ongoing series for tax and legal leaders to help you stay connected to top-of-mind business issues, and the first sessions in this series focused on effective management of a tax or legal function through a crisis situation, considering the current environment in light of the impacts of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Topics covered include:

  • Tax-related measures that governments are taking in response and the potential implications for businesses 
  • Cashflow considerations for organizations
  • Contracts and other legal considerations
  • Managing employee mobility and related tax issues

Presenters:

Jane McCormickGlobal Head of Tax & Legal Services, KPMG International
Lachlan Wolfers, Global Head of Indirect Tax Services, KPMG International
Stuart Fuller, Global Head of Legal Services, KPMG International
Marc Burrows,
Head of Global Mobility Services, KPMG International
Raluca Enache,
 Director, KPMG EU Tax Centre

Watch the replay here.
View the presentation deck here

 

 

 

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