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Global compliance and reporting
Compliance and reporting make huge demands on tax and finance functions today. How do you reduce risk and inefficiencies and improve value cost-effectively?
We understand that what you need is access, visibility and control. Our market-leading approach combines extensive local compliance and accounting experience — in 140 countries — with a standard global compliance process and web-based tools.
You can access the resources of our dedicated compliance and reporting professionals in one country or globally with a single point of contact.
Our advice can accommodate local-to-local service, where you need it, at the same time as centralising and automating aspects of the process where it makes sense.
Our next generation model focuses on global data management, making it easier to centralise and re-use data across the financial supply chain and geographical boundaries. This can result in more accurate data and less manual intervention.
In one country or many, we can give you an integrated, consistent, quality service that unlocks the potential of your compliance function, with tax compliance, statutory accounts preparation and tax accounting calculation support.
To find out more about the services we offer in this area please contact us.
To find out more about the services we offer in this area please contact:
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An interview with Pascal Saint-Amans
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