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Global Tax Dispute Resolution and Controversy Series – Part Three: Australia, China, India, and Singapore

Part of the KPMG Global Tax Dispute Resolution and Controversy Network Three-Part Series 

Exploring How Jurisdictions Around the World are Operating Mid-Pandemic

Webcast overview

The past seven months have brought challenges for both taxpayers and revenue authorities, as everyone has tried to adjust to a new way of doing business in a COVID-19 environment. In the past few months, revenue authority activity has begun returning to a more “normal” cadence and taxpayers are again dealing with multiple inquiries from multiple revenue authorities around the word.

Please join us for the first installment of a special three-part series in which we will hear from members of KPMG’s Global Tax Dispute Resolution & Controversy Network from across the globe. Professionals from Australia, China, and India will provide an update on the current initiatives and trends relating to disputes and controversy in their jurisdictions and provide a practitioner’s perspective on what taxpayers might expect in the coming months.

 

Featured speakers

Sharon Katz-Pearlman

Sharon Katz-Pearlman

Co-Principal in Charge, Tax Controversy & Dispute Resolution, KPMG US

David Ling

David Ling

Partner, Tax, Head of China Center, KPMG LLP

Angela Wood

Angela Wood

Partner, Deals Tax Legal, KPMG Australia

Hitesh Gajaria

Hitesh Gajaria

Senior Partner, Tax-Management, KPMG in India

Jingyi Lee

Jingyi Lee

Partner, Transfer Pricing, Consulting, KPMG Singapore

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