An ongoing survey of tax leaders around the world, which considers ranges of responsibilities, department composition, budget structures and other data points to help tax leaders assess their departments today, and consider how to evolve them for the future.
KPMG International leads an ongoing global survey of tax departments in order to establish meaningful benchmarking data for tax leaders around the world. This report offers highlights from the findings to date, featuring input from approximately 300 tax leaders in more than 30 countries.
The Global Tax Benchmarking Survey 2016 offers an overall snapshot of the structure, governance, priorities and performance measures of tax departments today — and delivers insights on how leading tax departments expect to transform over the next 5 years.
For the most part, Canadian tax functions are in step with global norms but it seems that Canadian companies have some catching up to do in two important areas: governance and transparency, and tax technology. The Canadian supplement to the Global Tax Benchmarking Survey 2016 [PDF 249 KB] explores these significant areas and provides insight to help tax departments keep pace with compliance obligations and disruptive technological advancements.
Benchmarking against comparable tax departments can be a powerful tool for reflecting upon the department you have today, and thinking about how you will transform it for tomorrow.
KPMG’s 2016 Global Tax Benchmarking Survey remains open and Canadian tax leaders still have an opportunity to take part and broaden the survey’s results. Upon completing the survey, you can request a personalized report showing how your tax function compares with other tax functions in Canada and worldwide. For more information on this survey or to participate, please email: email@example.com
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