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The BEPS Ripple Effect

May 24, 2017
From the KPMG TaxWatch

Multinationals are reevaluating how and where they do business

 

The BEPS ripple effect
By KPMG's Brett Weaver and Jerry Thompson
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In this paper, the authors from KPMG LLP's (KPMG) Value Chain Management practice provide insights to help businesses:

  • Understand the potential ripple effects of BEPS reforms beyond tax issues 
  • Take steps to respond to and cope with the new BEPS-driven global landscape

Webcast replay: Will new policies emerging from Washington disrupt your strategy?

Replay of March 7, 2017 Advisory Institute webcast where KPMG's Value Chain Management Leaders Brett Weaver, Brian Higgins and Dan Shaughnessy along with special guest speaker, Brant Miller, from Flex discuss emerging policy trends, industry and product insight, and top disruptors affecting your business strategy.

Webcast replay

Advocating for a Responsible Approach to Tax Planning and Management

Read the report for insights on why it concludes that, "The responsible approach to tax planning and management can pay off in terms of risk preparedness, as well as in terms of financial gains."

Responsible Approach to Tax Planning and Management

Value Chain Management at KPMG

KPMG’s Value Chain Management services help companies enhance their value and secure competitive advantage by achieving supply chain and operating model efficiencies. Our Value Chain Management services are led by an integrated team of professionals from our Advisory and Tax practices with years of combined operations experience. Our Value Chain Management Center of Excellence combines these cross-functional teams, technology, and process accelerators to help companies execute on growth opportunities, reduce cost and risk, enhance return on investment, and drive efficiencies across operations.