Global Capital and Tax Reform, At Home and Abroad

A Prelude to the 17th Annual Tax Policy & Practice Symposium
December 17 - 17, 2015
via webcast
Program Managers: KPMG

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Thursday, December 17, 2015


1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET

Estimated CPE:

1.0 credit (administered by KPMG)


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Please join KPMG LLP and Tax Council Policy Institutes (TCPI) for this one-hour Webcast.

A number of transformational tax issues are coming to a head all at once. In the U.S., Congress plans to continue to push forward on tax reform, both domestic and international. This push includes a number of traditional ideas as well as new concepts such as the innovation box. Meanwhile, in jurisdictions around the world, implementation of the OECD's BEPS project is changing the tax landscape for many businesses.

The Webcast will convene a number of knowledgeable speakers to address to the common thread in these issues, the taxation of capital in its many forms, financial capital, intellectual capital, capital assets among others.

This discussion will be moderated by John Gimigliano, National Principal in Charge, Federal Legislative and Regulatory Services, KPMG LLP. Our panel includes Manal Corwin, National Leader, International Tax Services, KPMG LLP, and guest speakers Marty Sullivan, Chief Economist, Tax Analysts, and Tom West, Tax Legislative Counsel, Department of Treasury.

Continuing Education

CPE: 1.0
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