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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.

KPMG presents a selection of short podcasts addressing some of the most pressing issues and opportunities facing tax departments in the modern business world.

 

   

 

Featured podcasts

Navigating tax transparency (32 minutes)

In this episode, KPMG leaders dive into tax transparency and the question of how organisations best report on their global tax contributions as attitudes towards tax shift, and as environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters and tax transparency move up on leadership agendas around the world.

 

Listen to the full podcast on KPMG's website

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David Linke

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Partner

UK

T: +61 2 9335 7695

E: tax@kpmg.com

David Linke leads KPMG's global tax and legal network of professionals in its efforts to work with multinational businesses to respond to demands and create value.

David has extensive experience working with multinational organisations around the world on a range of tax and legal matters. With a deep expertise in structuring and cross-border mergers, and a passion for accelerating digitalisation within tax, he sees his role as being a catalyst for problem solving to the complex business challenges that leaders face as they navigate the often volatile and constantly changing environment. 

Having started at KPMG Australia in 1993, David has taken on various roles within the firm, most recently holding the role of Asia-Pacific regional leader for tax, as well as the head of tax, deals and legal for KPMG Australia, where he was responsible for leading a market-leading tax technology and innovation team in Australia.

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