Since the onset of COVID-19, the Global Responsible Tax Community, led by KPMG International, have held a series of in-depth virtual roundtables to consider the possible impacts of tax policy responses to the situation and think about what the new reality may look like for a post-COVID world. This webcast will be an opportunity to openly collaborate, reflect and build on the common themes and insightful learnings emerging from those roundtable discussions, and further consider the challenges of funding recovery and the opportunities to build back better.
You’ll hear from a diverse line-up of speakers, including David Linke, new Global Head of Tax & Legal, KPMG International (who has taken up the baton from recently retired Jane McCormick), tax policy and sustainability professionals from around the world, as well as tax leaders from large multinational corporations and senior officials from key supranational bodies. Together, speakers will seek to address the following questions:
7 December 2020
07:00 to 08:30 New York, USA
The Global Responsible Tax project has been exploring what responsible tax behaviour looks like in a global context since 2014. The community is made up of global corporations, academics, think tanks, NGOs, campaigners and activists. Engaged organisations include the OECD, United Nations, the IMF, World Bank, World Economic Forum and the B-Team, which in early 2018 released its own Responsible Tax principles. In the UK, the pilot market for the KPMG International program, there is now an All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Responsible Tax as well as a Responsible Tax Lab, run independently. The global community has co-authored several reports including Responsible Tax & the Developing World and What to Tax?
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