Why there is a growing demand for tax governance in companies

In this webcast for Asia-Pacific time zones, we explore the increasing demands on companies to demonstrate good governance in tax.
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Tax governance – the roles, policies, procedures and practices an organization has in place that enable it to identify, escalate and mitigate tax risks – is rapidly growing in importance.

Against the backdrop of increased interest in environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting and new national-level requirements from many revenue authorities, tax strategy and the governance of tax operations have become core elements of a company’s license to operate. Good governance in tax supports trust between the company and other stakeholders, encouraging operational excellence and improved financial outcomes.

Consequently, tax is no longer the dominion of the tax department alone. A wider group of stakeholders – the board, audit committee and c-suite – are now involved in setting and monitoring tax strategy and tax decision-making, heralding a new approach to tax governance that impacts every aspect of tax department activity on a day-to-day basis.

Join this 75-minute session which will explore the insights you need to build out your global tax governance framework.

Topics to be covered include:

  • A review of evolving regulatory requirements for tax governance, including case studies from revenue authorities in Australia, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia
  • An overview of the components of a global framework approach to tax governance
  • Localization considerations
  • How tax governance links to tax controversy management
  • How to build out a go-forward tax governance plan


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