Tackling direct tax challenges: From BEPs 2.0 and global minimum tax, to digital transformation strategy.

26th October 2023


Online webinar

Join Thomson Reuters and Deloitte for an insightful panel discussion fueled by industry experiences and the latest quantitative data from your peers. 

If you are a decision maker in charge of reimagining your tax compliance and finance departments’ digital transformation strategy, this dedicated session is for you. Hear about the latest regulatory trends and challenges and hear from experts and decision makers like you on how they are tackling them.

Areas of discussion:

  • Planning for tomorrow’s world: What are CFOs currently experiencing that can be alleviated or improved with a revised digital transformation strategy? We will explore what success metrics look like for many CFOs over the next 12 months.
  • Regulatory relationships: Are relationships with tax authorities and regulators being strengthened or strained over time? The panel will discuss the latest regulatory changes, and their relationship between fintech and compliance obligations. Learn how CFOs are staying on the right side of the regulators with increased transparency in a time when more data is being required, often in real-time.
  • ESG and CSR: As advisors to the business, CFOs are expected to play a role in supporting their organisation’s ESG and CSR objectives. Just how they do this can cover many aspects, from automated controls to paying their ‘fair share’ of tax. See which tactics most closely align amongst your peers.
  • Centralisation and Regionalisation: Companies are increasingly opting to centralise, either partially or entirely their tax and finance functions. Our panel will address how the expansion of services and functions is maintaining organisational resilience, and how data-driven strategies and automation can provide the efficiencies to make this possible.

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Abs Osseiran
Tax Partner

Chris Ferguson
Tax Partner

Sam Johnstone
Direct Tax Lead
Thomson Reuters