Organizations continue to reevaluate corporate initiatives to meet growing demands associated with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives. Across industries, companies are taking a hard look at the effects of their culture, business, and operating models on economies and communities to better meet sustainability objectives. The impact of restructuring to meet these growing demands can be felt throughout the company - from the front-end to the back-end of the value chain, including: product/service development, manufacturing, customer engagement, marketing, recruitment, hiring, promotions, financial reporting, and the structuring of day-to-day operations.
Sustainability is particularly relevant for companies because the effectiveness of these efforts may demonstrate an ability to unlock new revenue streams or improve legacy value drivers – something to which investors are increasingly paying attention.
Join us for this TaxWatch webcast where leaders from the KPMG Tax, Transfer Pricing, Value Chain Management, and Advisory practices will engage in a discussion touching on a number of areas around sustainability and the value chain, including:
- How is sustainability impacting organizations and who is leading that response?
- How does a tax department get started in thinking about what a company’s ESG efforts really mean to their tax profile?
- How do tax departments juggle reporting, compliance, defensive tax planning, and offensive tax planning around ESG?
- How are companies protecting themselves, or structuring to obtain a tax benefit, as a result of ESG?