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Latest Releases on Trade Trends
Export Controls and Sanctions
Voluntary Disclosures: Submission is Not the End
Auditing in a Remote World: The Challenges and the Solutions
Export Compliance Managers: What To Do With Your First 100 Days
Four Conversations to Have with the Business
Don't Forget About ITAR: It's Not Just for the Defense Industry
Iran's Financial Institutions and OFAC
Compliance, Savings, and Tariff Management
Keep Forced Labor Out Of Supply Chains As Scrutiny Rises
Eliminating Non-Dutiable Charges from Customs Value
Digital Services Tax - Why the World is Watching
The Tariff Effect of Intellectual Property Payments
Trade, Tariffs, and Deals: Keeping Up with the Speed of M&A
The USMCA Inflection Point - Plotting a Course for Free Trade Agreement Management
Reports & Surveys
The KPMG Trade & Customs practice helps companies keep up with changing global trade regulations while processing transactions in real time without compromising compliance.
Balancing business priorities and risk realities - In February 2021, KPMG engaged export and sanctions professionals at multinational firms to gather their input on a variety of business-critical issues.
This survey provides insight into how companies handle, manage, and react to transfer pricing adjustments from a tax and customs perspective.
This reports spotlights five questions that can help organizations understand the role of trade and tariffs in determining deal value.
How are tariffs impacting organizations? Over 100 trade and operations professionals share their insights.
This survey gauges the impact of Duty Drawback as a mechanism to recover increased punitive tariffs by section 201 and 301 as well as the effect of regulatory changes enacted by the Trade Facilitation and Enforcement Act.
On May 2, 2019, the office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) released "A Framework for OFAC Compliance Commitments" (the Framework), which details the agency's view on the most important elements of a sanctions compliance program (SCP).
This report provides the finding of how industry peers are prepared for, or managing, U.S. Customs and Border protection reviews and audits.
This report provides the findings of the FSFE Survey conducted by KPMG in 2018.
Remember that time when your goods were held at the port, and your staff rushed the paperwork to Customs, only to find you had declared an incorrect classification, valuation, or preferential origin? Or that time when a review uncovered systemic noncompliance errors that required a disclosure and payment of duties owed? We do and would prefer not to see it again.
Duty drawback is one of the most complex areas of global trade. Our blockchain solution helps pre-validate data in one location, helping you to efficiently and smoothly validate and file your drawback claims.
Your export controls and sanctions program rests on your key controls. Identifying and managing them is central to maintaining a strong compliance program.
A KPMG report concerning year-end housekeeping for importers and exporters, and trade compliance considerations.
Trade and customs teams have their hands full these days as disruptions in global supply chains persist. However, looking ahead, the coming years hold the promise of new opportunities for growth, especially in the Asia Pacific region, and for trade and customs teams to help their companies realize more value.
This articles discusses how the global pandemic has forced multinational enterprises to reassess previous transfer pricing policies and consider making compensating adjustments to bring their intercompany transfer price for goods into an acceptable arm's-length range, often retroactively.
How outsourcing key activities can help elevate the global trade function
In this article, Trade & Customs leaders from KPMG discuss how the Foreign Trade Zones programme can offer a host of operational benefits and financial savings to businesses – US or non-US – importing into the United States.
In this article, the authors discuss challenges arising for multinational enterprises to mitigate the effects of the fluctuations in the prices of imported goods from a customs perspective.
In this article, KPMG Trade & Customs leaders discuss how outsourcing key activities can help elevate the global trade function.
This article highlights pertinent compliance and planning issues involved with COVID-19 related transfer pricing opportunities, which often require advance customs, accounting, and TP coordination and planning.
Trade & Customs leaders from KPMG share tactics and strategies CPAs can use to assist their organizations as they turn today’s trade disruption into a competitive opportunity now and in the years ahead.
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.