United States

Tax Reform: Navigating an effective operations strategy for today and tomorrow

Friday February 23, 2018 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
From Advisory Institute

KPMG Advisory Institute

Event Overview

The new tax reform bill has passed. The question now is: Will the sweeping changes actually have far-reaching—and long-term—implications for your operations strategy?

With a significantly lower U.S. corporate tax rate and a mixed bag of incentives for domestic investment, those who plan and respond accordingly could turn disruption into advantage. Learn about how key provisions of the new law are impacting multinationals – will they improve your existing profile, or will they make your global supply chain more costly? Could tax reform be a catalyst for making changes to your existing supply chain to help address ongoing changes in customer demands and advances in new technologies? The answers will vary depending on your current business model and its ability to continue to meet the needs of the business in the most cost (including tax) effective ways possible.

Join us on February 23 when KPMG leaders from Operations and Tax will deliver timely insights on policy and top disruptors affecting your operations strategy. The Webcast will cover the newly passed legislation and the cross functional implications across the enterprise.

Participants may earn one continuing professional education (CPE) credit for this Webcast.

View Tax Analysts’ Worldwide Tax Daily article on the webcast here.

Brett Weaver

Partner, Tax, Value Chain Management, KPMG LLP

Paul Glunt

Principal, International Tax - Value Chain Management, KPMG LLP

Brian J. Higgins

Principal, Procurement & Operations, Value Chain Management, KPMG LLP

Sam Ganga

Principal, Procurement & Operations, Value Chain Management, KPMG LLP