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Post-BEPS Tax Controversy

Jun 20, 2018
From the KPMG TaxWatch

Preparing for new rules and new risks

Post-BEPS tax controversy

Post-BEPS tax controversy

By KPMG's Manal Corwin, Sean Foley, Sharon Katz-Pearlman and Mark Martin

In this paper, the authors from KPMG LLP's (KPMG) BEPS Controversy Readiness team provide insights to help multinational enterprises:

  • Understand how the changes to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Developments (OECD) Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project may be catalysts for increased global tax controversy
  • Identify what they can do to prepare for increased controversy

BEPS Controversy Readiness at KPMG

KPMG’s BEPS Controversy Readiness (BCR) team has the knowledge and resources to help you respond to the challenges that come with global transfer pricing controversies. Our experienced professionals from our transfer pricing, international tax, and controversy practices can work with your transfer pricing and controversy teams to standardize compliance and dispute resolution procedures across your organization. By integrating procedures and implementing safeguards across jurisdictions, we can help you manage transfer pricing inquiries in a streamlined and effective manner.


Contact Manal Corwin
Manal Corwin

National Principal in Charge, International Tax
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Contact Sharon Katz-Pearlman
Sharon Katz-Pearlman

Global Head, Tax Dispute Resolution & Controversy; National Principal in Charge, Tax Dispute Resolution
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Contact Sean Foley
Sean Foley

Principal, Tax, Washington National Tax - Economic & Valuation Services
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Contact Mark Martin
Mark Martin

Principal, Transfer Pricing Dispute Resolution Leader
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