PODCAST

Brazilian Tax Reform: Are We There Yet?

Destination Country X, Episode 09-2021 | If proposed tax reform in Brazil is enacted, provisions may go into effect as early as the start of the new year and have significant impact on U.S. multinational investments. Are you ready?

Kimberly Majure

Kimberly Majure

Principal, International Tax, KPMG US

+1 202-533-5270

Kortney Wallace

Kortney Wallace

Principal, International Tax, KPMG US

+1 313-230-3056

Ericson Amaral

Ericson Amaral

Partner, Head of International and M&A Tax , KPMG Brazil

+55 11 3940 3375

Marcos H. M. Matsunaga

Marcos H. M. Matsunaga

LATAM Leader for Disputes and Controversy, KPMG Brazil

+551139408429

Podcast overview

There’s been quite a lot of talk about Brazilian tax reform—including whether it’s going to happen. But if enacted, the current tax reform proposals would go into effect January 1, 2022, and could significantly change the landscape for U.S. multinationals.

Ericson Amaral, head of international tax for KPMG Brazil, and Marcos Matsunaga, KPMG LATAM leader for Tax Disputes and Controversy, join Kimberly Majure and Kortney Wallace to discuss features of the proposed legislation that would affect cross-border investment and the political pressures that inform likelihood of success.

 

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