Thu May 19 MDT - Fri May 20 MDT (about 1 month ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Thu May 19 2:00am - Fri May 20 2:00am
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Seeking Stability in the Midst of Global Seismic Shifts
Seismic shifts in global business models, economies, and social awareness are pushing tax policy toward an inflection point. During the 2022 program, we will explore several significant trends, along with the evolution of tax policy, to assess how they are interacting with and influencing each other and how tax executives and policymakers are anticipating and responding to these conflicting demands and opportunities. Is there a future that includes tax stability or can we expect continuing aftershocks? Areas to be explored include:
The new multilateralism – How impactful might Pillars One and Two turn out to be and are these harbingers of new modes of multilateral tax policy development? Who are the key players? How can individual governments address these efforts while still maintaining sovereignty?
Tax law changes – Are pending changes to the US tax code tinkering at the edges or transforming the fundamentals?
Tax transparency and governance – How is the continued evolution of environmental, social, and governance standards viewed from the perspective of internal and external stakeholders?
The impact of change on tax – How have roles and responsibilities evolved for the chief tax officer and the tax department in this rapidly changing environment?
Fiscal stability – How are governments tapping into traditional and new sources of tax revenue on such unsteady ground while recovering from a pandemic?
Managing Director, Tax Policy, Koch Industries
Global Tax Policy Leader, EY
Staff Director, Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures, House Committee on Ways and Means
Vice President, Tax, Agilent Technologies, Inc.
Director, Global Tax Policy, PwC
Principal in Charge of Washington National Tax, KPMG LLP
Principal-in-charge, Federal Tax Legislative and Regulatory Services, KPMG LLP
Senior Manager, Deloitte Tax LLP
Corporate Vice President Finance and Chief Tax Officer, Intel Corporation
Professor of Tax Practice, University of Florida, Frederic G. Levin College of Law
Senior Counsel (Tax Law), International Monetary Fund
Corporate Vice President, Tax, Raytheon Technologies
Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Internal Revenue Service
Chief, International Tax Cooperation Section. Financing for Development Office, United Nations
Edwin S. Cohen Distinguished Professor of Law and Taxation, University of Virginia School of Law
Deputy Head of Tax, CBRE
Deputy Global Tax Policy Leader, PwC
Vice President, Tax, Government Affairs & Strategic Real Estate, McCormick & Company, Inc.
Global Head of Tax & Statutory Reporting, Uber
Member, Miller & Chevalier Chartered
Partner, Tax Management Consulting, Deloitte NL
Vice President Tax - Americas, Shell Oil Company
Thomas J. Roesser
GM, Tax Policy Counsel, Microsoft
National Competency Leader -Tax Controversy Services, Deloitte Tax LLP
Managing Director, International Tax Group, Washington National Tax, Deloitte Tax LLP
Chief Tax Counsel - Republican, House Committee on Ways and Means
Partner, Steptoe & Johnson
Vice President, Tax, Regeneron
Vice President, Global Taxation, Johnson & Johnson
Vice President, Global Head of Tax Policy, Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Staff Vice President, Tax Planning & International, FedEx
Vice President, Public Affairs & President of Gilead Foundation
Gilead Sciences, Inc.
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• Ivins Philips Barker
• McDermott Will & Emery
• Miller & Emery
• Miller & Chevalier
• Tax Analysts