NY Metro Tax Coffee Chat Series – CAMT Series Part 1

Webcast overview

Please join us for an upcoming coffee chat series as the KPMG LLP (KPMG) Tax practice in NY Metro hosts three webcasts focused on the Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax (CAMT).

CAMT Series Part 1: A discussion of the Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax: In the first installment, Ron Dabrowski and Tim Nichols from our Washington National Tax practice will provide their insights and unpack the latest tax under the Inflation Reduction Act, moderated by International Tax principal, Victor Gatti.

Topics for CAMT Part 2 and 3 are below, with dates and times to be posted shortly:

  • CAMT Series Part 2: A comparison of the new Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax and Pillar Two. We will examine the similarities and differences between the new U.S. Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax and the BEPS Pillar Two rules.
  • CAMT Series Part 3: Adding to the Data and Compliance challenges – the new Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax. After discussing the concepts and application of the CAMT, our final panel focuses on the practical aspects of the new tax. What will tax departments need to compute and report their tax liability under the CAMT?

Continuing professional education

Each session will qualify for up to one continuing professional education (CPE) credit. To participate, you will need internet access either via your mobile device or computer to register, check in, answer polling questions, and check out at the end of the session. If you are interested in CPE, please join us promptly at 9:00 a.m. as we will review the instructions at the beginning of the session. This is an intermediary, group internet based event, and no preparation or advance prerequisite is required. The Field of Study for this session is Tax (81).


Victor Gatti

Victor Gatti

Principal, Tax, KPMG US

Featured Speakers

Ronald Dabrowski

Ronald Dabrowski

Technical Deputy, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Timothy Nichols

Timothy Nichols

Senior Manager, Corporate, Washington National Tax, KPMG US