United States

Navigating Through NAFTA

Thursday November 02, 2017 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
From Global Enterprise Institute

KPMG Global Enterprise Institute

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A quick agreement in the NAFTA renegotiations is in everybody’s best interest. The United States, Canada and Mexico all have vested reasons to not let the renegotiations drag out past next summer. While there remains an ongoing threat of a U.S. withdrawal, several other scenarios are more likely to play out, including a rapid conclusion if the Trump administration abandons some of its more controversial goals.  

Contact Walter Jaremczuk - Director, KPMG International Corridors, for further details on this webcast.

Please note: CPE credits applies to U.S. and Canada attendees only who qualify during the live event.  

Ismael Beruman

Partner in Charge, US Mexico practice within High Growth Markets and NAFTA leader with KPMG in the U.S.

Russell Crawford

Tax partner with the U.S. Corporate Tax Practice of KPMG Canada LLP and NAFTA leader with KPMG in Canada

Cesar Buenrostro

Partner in Charge of the Trade & Customs Practice in KPMG Mexico

Luis (Lou) Abad

Principal, Washington National Tax, Trade and Customs with KPMG in the U.S.

Daniel Kerner

Latin America Practice Head with Eurasia Group