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Tax Insights: Deloitte discuss the impact of tax transformation across the Americas

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Chuck Kosal, Emily VanVleet and John Wells discuss Deloitte's recent success

ITR Americas Tax Awards winners Chuck Kosal, Emily VanVleet and John Wells discuss how Deloitte is at the forefront of driving tax transformation, in a podcast.

 

In this awards special edition of Tax Insights podcasts, ITR’s Commercial Editor Prin Shasiharan is joined by experts Chuck Kosal, Emily VanVleet and John Wells of Deloitte.

In September 2020, Deloitte was announced as the Americas Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year by ITR, while also achieving widespread national and regional success throughout the Americas across a number of categories. The winners were announced in a virtual ceremony attended by over 1,000 tax professionals.

The experts discuss how Deloitte has stayed ahead of competition, outlining the importance of tax technology, transformation and innovation through practical examples. This includes further insight into its strong pan-American regional network, its talent component, and its accountability to clients.

The experts also explain the challenges of tax functions during the COVID-19 pandemic, the rise of data analytics, and offer their thoughts on how dependency on technology will evolve in the coming years.



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For the entire Deloitte TP Financial Services guide, see here.

For the entire Deloitte TP Controversy guide, see here.

 

You can find all ITR podcasts here.

For a complete list of winners from the ITR Americas Tax Awards, see here.

 

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