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Tax Talks: Karine Halimi-Guez, FedEx (1)

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ITR Reporter Alice Jones asks Karine Halimi-Guez, managing director of tax at FedEx, about cross-functional tax planning, the importance of flexibility as a leader during COVID-19, and the importance of the tax function during a corporate restructuring.

In this edition of Tax Talks, ITR Reporter Alice Jones talks to Karine Halimi-Guez, managing director of tax at FedEx, about the importance of planning holistically for a corporate restructuring to ensure that tax processes and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are aligned. 

The podcast also covers the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on how and where people choose to work, and why the tax function should sit at the centre of a business. 

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