Join us for a discussion on expectations and industry changes that will be a part of the taxation landscape by 2025.
Topics covered will include the rise of technology and new economic paradigms, as well as the future of our tax base and expectations for administrative tax. This session will provide insights into what the practice of tax will be like in 2025.
Please note: Lunch is provided.
This event could qualify you for up to 1 CPD/CPE hour. To qualify, please ensure the event meets the requirements of your industry association.
Upon arrival at KPMG, please proceed to the black stand near the lifts, press the square button (when it lights up) and then press level 38. Please proceed to the reception and ask for Grant Wardell-Johnson/David Linke.
Grant Wardell-Johnson is the Head of the Australian Tax Centre at KPMG. Grant has a background in providing tax advice relating to international and domestic tax structuring, international cross-border acquisitions and initial public offerings. Grant has been the lead Tax Partner on many high-profile projects in the Australian and international markets, including the Wesfarmers acquisition of Coles Limited, Macquarie Group consortia acquisitions of Boart Longyear Limited and Dyno Nobel Limited and their subsequent listing on the Australian Securities Exchange. Grant now leads the consultation on new law and response to base erosion and profit shifting and the OECD Action Plan. Grant has written with David Linke on KPMG’s Tax 2025 publication in August 2016. This discussion paper is designed to prompt thoughts about the future generally and how that will shape taxation specifically.
Is the National Managing Partner Tax for KPMG Australia. KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. As part of this role, David sits on the KPMG’s National Executive Committee, ASPAC Tax Board and is part of the KPMG International Tax Steering Group. Former National Corporate Tax Leader and Head of the M&A Tax team, David has over 19 years’ experience in advising financial sponsors and Australian listed companies on transactions as well as international and M&A tax.
Jim Edwards is Director for Product with Wolters Kluwer’s Corporate Reporting Solutions business, the market-leading provider of corporate tax reporting and compliance solutions. Jim is the original architect behind the company's global flagship solution, CCH Integrator™.
Jim has spent the past 15 years working with hundreds of innovative corporations, service firms and revenue authorities across the world to help transform their technology and processes to improve efficiency and confidence over their management of taxes. Jim continues to drive the product strategy and direction of CCH Integrator™.
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