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KPMG Webcast: International Trade Post-Election: A Look at What’s Ahead in 2021
KPMG LLP and King & Spalding LLP* invite you to join us for a co-hosted webcast providing an in-depth analysis of how the 2020 elections may affect U.S. trade policy. The discussion will focus on the role of trade in the elections, lessons from the last four years and how the winning candidates may address the following issues:
* Note the link to register will take you to a King & Spalding event registration page.
KPMG TaxWatch Live New England 2020
Please join us on a multi-day series of business tax seminar on domestic and international tax topics. This seminar is for experienced tax professionals. Each seminar in the series is eligible for two CPE credits.
Please find an outline of agenda topics below. You can sign up for each session separately.
Session 1 - Wednesday, November 18, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Constant change – Compliance update, regulatory developments, and planning opportunities – Part I is focusing on:
— GILTI high-tax exception and other updates
— IRC Section 163(j)
— Foreign tax credits
Session 2 - Thursday, November 19, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Constant change – Compliance update, regulatory developments, and planning opportunities – Part II is focusing on:
— Tax planning ideas in uncertain times
— Foreign-derived intangible income deductions
— Accounting methods planning for controlled foreign corporations
— Employee retention tax credits
Session 3 - Wednesday, December 2, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. -2:00 p.m.
Accounting for income tax update – We will cover various ASC 740 topics including recent developments, considerations for year-end tax provisions, and other items of interest.
Session 4 - Thursday, December 3, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. -2:00 p.m.
Work anywhere – remote worker issues including:
— State and non-U.S. employment tax issues
— State income tax nexus and permanent establishment in foreign countries
— Impact on value chain management and transfer pricing
KPMG Business Disruption Forum 2020
In the year since KPMG’s last Business Disruption Forum we have seen industries disrupted in unimaginable ways. This year, instead of focusing of how a business is disrupting an industry, we look to discuss how businesses have been disrupted, how technology has transformed their ways of doing business, and how they are forecasting the future.
Join us as we dive into the rough seas with industry professionals for the following discussions:
9:00 – 10:00 am ET: Forecasting 2021
December feels like the wrong time to be discussing a 2021 forecast but with the coals of 2020 still under many finance professionals' feet, the outlook of the next few months could swing wildly in any direction. We’re bringing together VPs and the C-Suite to talk about the signals they’re looking at to make sense of the road ahead.
10:30 – 11:30 am ET: Growth and M&A during a Volatile Market
Every day brings a seemingly jarring up or down to how companies are valued and every industry is experiencing something wildly different. While there may be some great opportunistic acquisitions creating growth, mergers may be the only way some other industries survive while revenue contracts. We’ll speak to some of the leaders making these decisions and hear what their process is for smart investing in uncertain times.
12:00 – 1:00 pm ET: New Tech, New Business Opportunity
It’s funny to think that 20 years ago people joked about someone having an “internet business." So the question begs to be asked, what are the next generation of companies that will be built on technologies like 5G, advanced batteries, VR, and quantum computing? During this session, we'll bring together product executives that are answering that question.
1:30 – 2:30 pm ET: Rapid Tech Transformation
Digital Transformation roadmaps generally range from 18 months to multiple years. The events of this year condensed that timeline down to weeks or days for many companies as they quickly had to move their on-prem processes to a remote world. How could that all be accomplished so quickly?
MIT Sloan CFO Summit 2020
Chief Financial Officers today are navigating change across the business ecosystem – a global pandemic that has reached every industry, new technologies that impact front- and back-end systems and new expectations that govern relations with customers and employees. And of course, here in the U.S., a major election in early November. Register today for the 18th annual MIT Sloan CFO Summit to learn first-hand how CFOs can chart a course that navigates the new.
Tom Pizzuti from KPMG's Deal Advisory team in Boston will be featured on a panel discussing M&A Trends during the COVID pandemic.
NACD 2021 Aspiring Public Company Director Bootcamp
In association with The Boston Club and the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, the NACD New England Chapter presents the Aspiring Public Company Director Boot Camp. This program is designed for individuals who currently sit on large nonprofit boards or private corporate boards; and/or are "C-Suite level", who wish to take the next step toward securing a public company board seat. The discussions will be led by public company directors, or industry experts.
MedExecWomen Conference 2021
The second annual MedExecWomen Conference will be held on April 6, 2021 at KPMG in Boston. A one-day event, MedExecWomen 2021 will again feature industry executives discussing dynamic topics to provide insight that empowers women and accelerates progress. Panel discussion topics include:
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