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Preparing for the New Normal 

Hear about the new Global policy agenda from John Neighbour, Deputy Leader of KPMG's Global Transfer Pricing Leader.

John Neighbour video:

THE NEW NORMAL

Strategies for success in a different tax world


2013 KPMG EMA Tax Summit


KPMG

cutting through complexity


30 September – 2 October 2013

Intercontinental Hotel, Berlin, Germany


John Neighbour

Deputy Leader,

Global Transfer Pricing Services


John Neighbour: The finance ministers themselves are saying there is a problem with the existing tax rules. We need to fix it. And the G8 and the G20, the finance ministers have given the OECD a mandate, instructions, and telling them to fix the problem. It really is unique in my lifetime, in, in tax, and I think really, it’s [INDISCERNIBLE] making is when all the international rules were first created after the first World War as part of an attempt to kickstart the world economy. It would then be not very wise of tax directors to sit back and do nothing, wait for the outcome of the OECD, and then go, oh, my tax planning and tax strategy is no longer fit for purpose. I think direction of travel is clear enough in a number of areas that tax directors should be starting now to have a look at their planning and strategy, seeing where the pressure points would be if BEPS was implemented.


THE NEW NORMAL

Strategies for success in a different tax world


2013 KPMG EMA Tax Summit


KPMG

cutting through complexity


30 September – 2 October 2013

Intercontinental Hotel, Berlin, Germany


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2013 KPMG EMA Tax Summit
30 September 2 October
Berlin, Germany

 

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