Tax Management Consulting 

Managing risk and reputation and securing value through tax function design.

The global debate over the taxation of international companies is intensifying. Traditional transactions and structures are under threat, reputations are on the line, and demands for tax transparency are rising. As companies face these mounting challenges, KPMG's Tax Management Consulting network helps them to build and operate leading tax functions and to manage their tax risk, reputation and compliance in a world that is increasingly regulated.

As more stakeholders take an interest in tax, the environment in which tax directors operate is changing dramatically:

  • Lingering economic uncertainty puts pressure on many companies to cut costs and on tax authorities to boost revenue.
  • Globalization continues to drive business and finance transformation and the centralization of finance, tax and other functions.
  • Companies are expected to improve their governance, accountability and transparency in all areas, especially tax.
  • Regulation demands ever more tax transparency through the disclosure of data to the tax authorities and, in some cases, publicly.
  • Governments and the public are debating tax morality and demanding that companies pay a “fair share” of tax where they earn their profits.

Amid heightening regulatory and cost pressures, tax functions need to adapt to a changing world while effectively managing tax and tax risk.

KPMG’s Tax Management Consulting team tackles these challenges with approaches in three key areas:

What’s your strategy and how do you implement it?
How can you meet tax rules efficiently and effectively
How can tax technology improve efficiency and control?


Country-by-country reporting – Will you be ready? (PDF 1.04MB)

KPMG’s Tax Management Consulting professionals highlight new developments and set out a step-by-step framework to help your tax function assesses your new obligations and create a plan for managing them.

Focus on BEPS – OECD's 15 Point Action Plan

In September 2014, The OECD will introduce a country-by-country reporting template as part of/one of the 15 BEPS Action points.

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Julie Hughff

Julie Hughff

Head of Tax Management Consulting

+44 207 311 3287

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