-Thursday, May 16, 2019 14:30
Fontainebleau Miami Beach | Miami, FL
On behalf of KPMG's Tax practice, we would like to thank all the attendees of the 2019 U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference for making it an exciting and well-attended event.
The conference is KPMG's premier tax event for our clients. Its goal is to explore critical tax and trade issues that are important to our multinational clients operating in today's ever-changing marketplace. We hope we succeeded in providing stimulating and instructive sessions and created opportunities for you to network with your tax and trade executive peers, KPMG Tax advisers, and Tax partners from KPMG International's network of member firms.
Americas Vice Chairman, Tax
National Managing Principal, Tax
KPMG has hosted the U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference for more than 10 years. The conference has grown steadily with more than 420 tax executive delegates attending our 2019 conference in addition to a similar number of KPMG delegates. Our clients note several reasons why they look forward to attending each year:
The agenda for the 2019 U.S. Cross-Border Tax conference covered topics that are critical to organizations operating in today's global marketplace.
Presenters were from KPMG and KPMG International member firms, as well as guest presenters, including client corporate tax executives who kindly agreed to share their knowledge and experiences.
View the agenda below and go to the presentations tab above to access session presentations.
Cross-border tax presentations
Specialty (pre-conference) presentations
Trade and Customs Forum presentations
Canada multinationals presentations
The following presentations were prepared by KPMG LLP (Canada):
KPMG's Tax Reform: Developments & Analysis Guide, a web-based index, makes it easy to locate post-TCJA enactment developments and resources (as released in TaxNewsFlash-Tax Reform) by topic in one place.
Well known for is New York Times Best Sellers Moneyball, The Big Short, and The Blind Side, Lewis has published 16 books on subjects ranging from politics to Wall Street. His newest book, The Fifth Risk, examines the challenges of today's political environment and has been on the best-sellers' list for 14 week since its release in October 2018.