KPMG professionals/firms can help your business manage complex events such as:
- Post acquisition integration and restructuring
- IPOs and public financing
- Private finance and refinancing
- Business change
- Development and innovation
- Digitization and e-business.
Why you’ll love working with KPMG
A personal relationship with clients and projects
Your success matters. Understanding your business goals and the environment in which you do business is just the beginning. KPMG firms/professionals will work collaboratively with you to develop solutions and approaches that you are comfortable with and develop a relationship built on trust and sound advice.
Shaping the future of your tax landscape
Your business can be strong not only now, but for many years to come. The tax landscape is constantly evolving. To help ensure your growth in the long-term, KPMG teams will work together to build a model that addresses your current needs while structured to be flexible and adaptable to change. These professionals are forward-thinkers with a strong understanding of business conditions in numerous jurisdictions.
A comprehensive approach to tax planning
KPMG professionals/firms are passionate and dedicated to technical excellence. So that you receive a complete and multi-discipline perspective on your tax concerns, they draw on KPMG’s network of professionals around the world as well as highly skilled specialists in other areas of taxation. Teams are formed to align to your specific needs. They keep abreast of current tax thinking and technical developments and make these available to you and KPMG member firms through international tax centers of excellence and national tax desks. A variety of technologies are also employed, such as KPMG’s transfer pricing software, to simplify data-based aspects of work and facilitate teamwork.
Why international tax matters
Whether you are a long-established global player or simply testing cross-border opportunities, global tax planning matters. It is not enough to adapt separately to different operating environments. To take account of local, regional and national factors — and to thrive — a successful multinational company needs to adapt to all its environments. Tax is one of the most important environmental variables because it helps determine what kind of corporate structure is appropriate, where intellectual property should be located and how global supply chains should be configured to help mitigate overall effective tax rates.