KPMG LLP (US) is a proud diamond sponsor of the Institute for International Bankers 25th Annual Washington Conference. We look forward to sharing our insights and industry perspectives with the IIB participants. This year, Michael Plowgian, Principal with KPMG Washington National Tax, will be speaking on the tax panel during the March 4th 10:45 a.m. session on tax developments of interest to banks. For more insight into bank tax, or regulatory topics, or to learn more about how KPMG can assist your organization with your key issues and challenges, see our recent thought leadership and industry insights.
KPMG’s leading global regulatory experts, can provide insights into the implications of the numerous and complex regulatory changes and developments around the world from the G20, Basel III, Solvency II, EU initiatives, the Dodd-Frank Act, and the Volcker Rule. For information on the latest developments, visit our Financial Services Regulatory Centers of Excellence site.
Global concerns about financial risk have been increasing. In this climate, firms of all kinds and sizes are looking to develop robust financial risk management frameworks that satisfy compliance demands, contribute to better decision making, and enhance performance. See KPMG’s Financial Risk Management site to learn more.
Today’s tax environment brings home a world of challenges. It’s an environment in which tax authorities seek to maximize revenue, and where every tax decision an organization makes may come under increasing regulatory and legislative scrutiny. An environment where corporate assets move around the global marketplace at the speed of light. And in which large and small organizations alike can be subject to influence by events on the other side of the world. Visit KPMG’s Tax site for more insights.
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