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  • US Tax reforms and how they affect Australian multinational companies - Melbourne

US Tax reforms and how they affect Australian multinational companies - Melbourne

Date: 01 June 2018
Time: 07:45 - 09:30
BDO Melbourne
Level 18, Tower Four, Collins Square
Melbourne, Vic  3000
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  • Summary

US tax reforms introduced by President Trump in late 2017 include some of the most fundamental changes to US taxation of foreign earnings over the last 30 years.

These changes are likely to have a significant impact on global supply chains - and US MNEs and Australian MNEs with operations in the US will need to respond. For example: 

  • Will the reduced 21% corporate tax rate in the US influence MNE’s decisions on location of intangibles and business operations?
  • What changes are expected in the supply chain of US MNEs with Australian operations or Australian MNEs with US operations? How existing transfer pricing policies will be affected by these changes?
  • How will the Australian Government respond to the challenges deriving from the US tax reform?
  • What are the flow on consequences for consideration in Australia?

Join us at this event and hear how these changes may impact your group. 

Our guest speaker, Barb Derus, a Managing Director from our Transfer Pricing team in Minneapolis, USA will be joined by Jason de Boer, Melbourne Tax Leader and Zara Ritchie, Head of BDO’s Global Transfer Pricing Services, in providing insights on some of the issues and planning opportunities to be considered.

Please feel free to forward this invitation on to colleagues who may also be interested in attending. 

We look forward to welcoming you to BDO. 

Tuesday 29 May 2017

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Exclusive one-on-one meeting with Barb Derus

If you are interested in a one-on-one meeting with Barb on Thursday 31 May, or following the breakfast seminar on Friday 1 June, please email Ellie Pinchen to arrange a time