KPMG Future of Tax: Podcast series
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KPMG Future of Tax: Podcast series

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Experts from KPMG present a podcast series produced for tax leaders. The short podcasts address some of the most pressing issues and opportunities facing tax departments in the modern business world of today.

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David Linke of KPMG International and Victoria Heard of KPMG in the UK say it is imperative for tax leaders to understand geopolitical events and social trends to chart a course through choppy waters
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The KPMG Global Tax Function Benchmarking Survey helps tax teams at multinationals understand how comparable functions are evolving. David Linke, global head of tax and legal services at KPMG International, summarises the findings
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Raluca Enache, Francois Marlier, and Louise McCaroll of KPMG ask whether multinational enterprises are ready for a raft of public tax disclosure requirements as the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive adds an extra layer of complexity
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After the initial hype, Lachlan Wolfers and Garth Roark of KPMG consider whether generative AI is seen as a fear, foe, or friend in the tax world, and explain how it could help practitioners
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Ricardo Lopez Rubio of KPMG Abogados provides an insight into the alternative investment industry and considers the impact of prospective tax changes
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What will taxation look like in 2030? KPMG presents the key predictions based on a survey of tax leaders.
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The modern tax department is a strategic powerhouse, deserving of a more prominent seat at the C-suite table, say Brad Brown, Greg Engel and Rema Serafi of KPMG in the US.
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The days of tax being just a private compliance issue for tax teams are long gone; tax transparency is now a core pillar of sustainability, say Jenny Wong of KPMG Australia and Loek Helderman of KPMG International.
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Raluca Enache, Christiana Loizou and Paulina Laine of KPMG ask whether there is any order in the chaos of the efforts to create a more effective system of withholding tax.
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Warwick Ryan and Christopher Morgan of KPMG International and Barbara Bell of KPMG in the UK provide a guide to the new CBAM reporting obligations and what assistance is available for affected companies.
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Aldo Mariani of KPMG International presents the key findings from an extensive survey of tax dispute professionals regarding the trends and developments in today’s tax environment, and how authorities are adjusting their approach.
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In a two-part video series moderated by Grant Wardell-Johnson of KPMG International, KPMG leaders introduce the metaverse and consider its future and opportunities, before exploring the tax and strategy considerations unique to the sector.
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Jay Ayrton of KPMG in the UK and Susie Cooke of KPMG International take part in a Q&A session on how tax functions are centralising their tax processes and adapting their operating models through technology.
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CEOs feel heightened pressure to report tax information and deliver on ESG strategy, says David Linke, KPMG’s global head of tax and legal services.
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KPMG experts delve into the detail of two revised European Commission energy directives and explain the implications for organisations.
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Bernard van Gerrevink and Hilde Atsma of KPMG Meijburg & Co and Jenny Wong of KPMG Australia explain why tax transparency is set to become an integral part of ESG disclosures.
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Manoj Pardasani and Pallavi Paul of KPMG in India and Eric Voss of KPMG in Canada present part two of a two-part series on the latest insights on tax transparency globally.
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Bernard van Gerrevink and Hilde Atsma of KPMG Meijburg & Co present part one of a two-part series on the latest insights on tax transparency globally.
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KPMG experts consider what the consequences might be if tax is used as a lever to drive decarbonisation.
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Justine Sacarello of KPMG explains what greenwashing is, why it matters, and how to avoid it.
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Loek Helderman and Chris Morgan of KPMG explain that tax transparency is set to become an integral part of ESG disclosures.
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Eric Janowak of KPMG discusses navigating the current trends among SWP funds and preparing for those potentially on the horizon.
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KPMG experts look into the issues related to BEPS 2.0 from tax leaders globally, along with practical steps to address these concerns.
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KPMG experts provide answers to a selection of questions arising from the Inclusive Framework’s 228-page commentary released on March 14 2022.
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Experts from KPMG consider what multinationals can do in preparation for the OECD’s upcoming commentary release on GloBE rules.
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Experts from KPMG discuss the 10 key takeaways of the Inclusive Framework on BEPS.
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Experts from KPMG explore what tax transparency means for multinationals around the world
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Experts from KPMG explore tax transparency from a global standpoint.
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Experts from KPMG explain why a focus on performance is critical to the success of a reimagined tax function.
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David Linke and Chris Morgan of KPMG summarise the 'responsible tax' roundtable discussions on potential tax policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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