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Andrew Siciliano

Andrew Siciliano

Partner, Trade & Customs Lead, KPMG US

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Articles authored by Trade and Customs professionals

Bloomberg Tax Insight: U.S. Trade Tariffs - the 'Origin' Story

March 24, 2020 - Lou Abad and Donald Hok take a closer look at the key considerations for supply chain or manufacturing operations as it relates to 'country of origin'. 

Confronting tariffs: Trade war tips for CPAs

January 10, 2020 - As the disruptive and uncertain trade environment continues its dominance on the corporate boardroom agenda, CPAs at multinational companies are increasingly tasked with assessing its impact on their organizations and developing strategies for mitigating its potential negative effects. 

Section 301 Tariffs Are Slowing U.S. Companies' Duty Drawback

November 13, 2019 - In a recent Tax Notes Today publication, Annagabriella Colon reports on why U.S. Companies are caught in a Catch-22 when seeking to mitigate the cost of section 301 tariffs on Chinese imports.

World ECR - Utilising identity access management solutions to safeguard sensitive data

July 30, 2019 -  Steven Brotherton and Amie Ahanchian take a closer look at data access and protection, and the benefts of IAM for export compliance.

World ECR - Leading practices for export compliance audits

March 22, 2019 - Getting the nuts and bolts of a compliance audit right can be an invaluable step to wider business successes, write Amie Ahanchian, Brandon Barela, and Sarah Blank. 

KPMG USA: Transfer Pricing Adjustments? Don’t Forget About Customs

January 30, 2019 - Multinationals may make new or larger-than-usual financial adjustments to bring transfer prices within arm’s length ranges as a result of additional tariffs. This article focuses on these transfer pricing adjustments.  


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