COVID-19 Podcast mini series - Keeping Connected with Global Tax & Legal

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In light of the ongoing global impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) we will be focusing our podcast series on the tax, mobility and legal considerations and top-of-mind business issues that have resulted from the disruption caused by this global pandemic. 

Our goal is to help make sense of this complex and ever changing situation, by discussing the key business issues tax, mobility and legal leaders are facing, and sharing insights on how businesses can effectively manage these functions during such challenging times.

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Episode 1

In this episode, Jane McCormick, Global Head of Tax & Legal Services, KPMG International and Lewis Lu, Head of Tax, KPMG in China, share their perspectives on the current situation through both a global and local lens, as businesses react and manage through the current environment and move beyond crisis response to recovery and post-recovery planning.

Episode 2

In this episode, Doug Zuvich, Head of Global Trade & Customs, KPMG International, and Partner, KPMG in the US and Tim Sarson, EMEA Head of Value Chain Management and Partner, KPMG in the UK, share their insights on the global impact of COVID-19 on supply chain planning and value chain management before the global pandemic, during the current situation and what this space could look like in a post COVID-19 era.

Episode 3

In this episode, Marc Burrows, Head of Global Mobility Services, KPMG International, and Partner, KPMG in the UK, Michelle Berners-Price, EMA Head of Business Travel Services, KPMG in the UK, and Ray Rackham, Global Head of Immigration, HSBC, share their insights on how the current situation has impacted the movement of people globally, and what this means for the future of immigration policy, businesses travel, and the global workforce.

Episode 4

In this episode, Marc Burrows, Head of Global Mobility Services, KPMG International, and Partner, KPMG in the UK, Michelle Berners-Price, EMA Head of Business Travel Services, KPMG in the UK, and Ray Rackham, Global Head of Immigration, HSBC, discuss some of the current global mobility challenges and what lies ahead for business travel and immigration in a post-COVID-19 world.

Episode 5

In this episode, Sean Bloodwell, Global Head of Compliance Management Services, KPMG International and Partner, KPMG in the US, and Brad Brown, Global Head of Tax Technology, KPMG International, and Partner, KPMG in the US discuss some practical solutions businesses are using to manage tax compliance and the important lessons to be learned around automation and technology tools that can support compliance processes today and into the future.

Episode 6

Andrew Weir, Global Head, Asset Management, KPMG International and Regional Senior Partner and Vice Chairman, KPMG China; and David Neuenhaus, Global Head, Asset Management Tax, KPMG International, and Partner, KPMG in the US share their insights on the impact that COVID-19 is having on the Asset Management industry, at the investor, fund, and portfolio company level, as well as the overall impact on current investment trends, financial opportunities and what to anticipate moving forward.

Episode 7

In this episode, Joe Hargrove, Head of Global Financial Services Tax, KPMG International, and Tax Regional Managing Partner, Marketing Services, KPMG in the US, and Jennifer Sponzilli, Principal, International Tax, KPMG in the US, discuss the continued business and tax impacts of COVID-19 and the challenges and opportunities emerging in the financial services space as leaders navigate the current environment and plan for what lies ahead.

Episode 8

In this episode, we discuss Transfer Pricing Policy, the challenges leaders' have faced and the practical solutions businesses are using to manage through and beyond COVID-19.

Episode 9

Stuart Fuller, Global Head of Legal Services, KPMG International, Arco Verhulst, Global Head of Deal Advisory, M&A Tax, KPMG International and Leif Zierz, Global Head of Deal Advisory, KPMG International look at how global M&A activity has been affected as a result of COVID-19, what tax leaders should have in mind to be best positioned to execute deals in the current environment, as well as steps companies should consider if faced with restructuring or insolvency decisions.

Episode 10

A number of leading KPMG International Tax & Legal professionals reflect on the changes they've seen since the emergence of COVID-19, as well as the expectations for the future, all through KPMG's four phased lens as we move into the new reality.

Episode 11

In this episode, we explore the tax impacts associated with the digitalization of business models and how conversations around this are shifting in light of the current climate. Rodney Lawrence, Head of International Tax, KPMG International, and Partner, KPMG in the US, will shed some light on how organizations are handling digitalization and the influence this will have on tax departments and the OECD’s plans for a globally unified approach.

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