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Global Indirect Tax Compliance

About this webinar

Move Beyond the Complexities of Global Indirect Tax Compliance

55% of tax teams at MNCs state that increasing cross-border and local regulation is their biggest concern.
Are you able to ensure zero non-compliance for your global operations and save on staggering consultant spends?
Join our webinar to learn how you can be confident about global compliance and reporting, by using centralized technology!

Multinational companies like yours are faced with new challenges as they globalize their tax and global trade operations. With increased enforcement of regulatory authorities, compliance is more important than ever for your organization.

Organizations are exposed to multiple disruptions, impacting compliance:

  • Regulatory changes - There are more than 4,000 changes globally per year in tax rates and rules. Also, many countries are moving towards more transparent tax regimes such as BEPS, SAFT, MTD, SII, etc.
  • Economic pressures - Movement of tax and global trade functions to SSCs and GBS hubs brings new challenges related to training, data management, and loss of local tax knowledge.
  • Technology Changes - Many MNCs are consolidating ERP systems and other platforms. Would this change accommodate every tax rate or rule?

With this webinar, we will address some major concerns that finance, tax and technology leaders generally face:

  • Are you able to deploy a centralized tax compliance strategy?
  • Can you provide confidence to the board of minimum tax risk and exposure?
  • Are you spending a staggering amount by outsourcing compliance?
  • Are you confident your existing technology can meet the needs of tomorrow — all types of tax, in all regions?

Register for the 30 - minute webinar and learn how you can be in control of compliance across jurisdictions, by using centralized technology

Can’t make the live webinar? Register anyway.

We will send a recording to everyone who registers.

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