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Tax Insights: KPMG experts discuss transforming the tax function across Asia-Pacific

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Jenny Clarke and Cristina Alvarez discuss KPMG's recent success at the ITR Awards

Innovative compliance tools. New approach to reporting. Smart tech. ITR Asia-Pacific Tax Awards winners Jenny Clarke and Cristina Alvarez discuss how the team at KPMG is ‘re-imagining’ tax in the region.


In this awards’ special edition of Tax Insights podcasts, ITR’s Prin Shasiharan is joined by experts Jenny Clarke and Cristina Alvarez, KPMG leaders working in the Asia-Pacific region.

In August 2021, KPMG was announced as the Asia-Pacific Compliance and Reporting Firm of the Year by ITR, while also achieving widespread national and regional success throughout the region across a number of categories. The recognition marked the firm’s fourth consecutive triumph in the category.

The experts discuss how tax compliance has evolved over the last decade, including the impact of the KPMG’s renowned ‘Tax Reimagined’ offering, and the big picture challenges that multinational organisations face as they look to transform their tax functions. They provide examples of successful projects and provide advice for business leaders contemplating evolving their tax operations.

About KPMG

KPMG is a global organisation of independent professional services firms providing audit, tax and advisory services. The firm operates in 146 countries and territories and in FY20 had close to 227,000 people working in member firms around the world. Each KPMG firm is a legally distinct and separate entity and describes itself as such. KPMG International Limited is a private English company limited by guarantee. KPMG International Limited and its related entities do not provide services to clients.

The firm is present in 20 countries in jurisdictions in the Asia-Pacific, bringing together the expertise of 50,000 people.

Related content

For the latest ITR articles from KPMG China, see here.

To explore KPMG Tax Reimagined, click here.

 

You can find all ITR podcasts here.

For a complete list of winners from the ITR Asia-Pacific Tax Awards, see here.


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