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Deloitte: Supply Chain Management and TP Special Focus

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ITR has partnered with global TP leaders from Deloitte to discuss the global supply chain landscape and share opportunities and solutions for TP teams in light of recent developments.

Click here to read Deloitte's TP supply chain management guide 2022.

Supply chains have experienced significant disruption in recent years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russia-Ukraine war, changes to global import and export rules, and the impact of flexible working.

Deloitte’s contributors take a deep dive into how changes to global supply chains have affected specific sectors, such as the automotive industry, industrial products, energy and resources, and consumer retail. In the last of these, the rise of omnichannel shopping has had a seismic effect on the value of companies’ existing TP models.

With the help of examples and case studies, these articles outline the changes that have taken place, and offer advice to in-house TP teams on how to seize the opportunities that are appearing and mitigate the inevitable risks.

Meanwhile, the digital revolution is making itself known. Deloitte’s authors consider the potential tax impacts of flexible working, and the implications for the future of work in financial services. Technology, media, and telecoms are also crucial topics in today’s TP landscape, and Deloitte discusses how blockchain can create opportunities for digital assets, and how this in turn will affect TP analyses.

The life sciences and healthcare sectors have seen the introduction of TP regulations in recent years and are particularly affected by changing rules for the import and export of products. Deloitte’s authors consider the impact for multinationals operating in these areas.

Finally, Deloitte turns its attention to asset management, and considers how the shift from traditional to alternative investment products is affecting global value chains.

Click here to read Deloitte's TP supply chain management guide 2022.

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