Brazilian Tax Reform: Priorities for the years ahead
Brazilian Tax Reform: Priorities for the years ahead
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Brazilian Tax Reform: Priorities for the years ahead

Webcast overview:

Tax reform alternatives are being reviewed by the Brazilian Federal Government in order to help simplify Brazil’s complex indirect tax system and to introduce a more competitive tax-economic environment.  Reductions on CIT tax rates are also envisaged. The proposal aims to replace various indirect taxes with a nationwide VAT.

What impact will the reform have on multinationals with current or planned operations in Brazil?

The Brazilian Tax Reform: Priorities for the years ahead webcast aims to provide insights and an informed view of some of the proposed tax alternatives being reviewed by the Brazilian Federal Government and what companies need to think about to plan ahead. 

 

Contact Walter Jaremczuk, U.S. International Corridors CMO, KPMG LLP  (wjaremczuk@kpmg.com) with any questions.

Introduction:

Alfonso A-Pallete

Alfonso A-Pallete

Principal, Tax, KPMG LLP, Latin America Head of Markets, Americas Tax*

Christian Athanasoulas

Christian Athanasoulas

Principal, M&A Tax, KPMG US

Moderator:

Murilo Mello

Murilo Mello

U.S. Brazil Corridor Leader, KPMG Brazil

Speakers:

Manal Corwin

Manal Corwin

Principal in Charge, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Marcus Vinicius

Marcus Vinicius

Partner, Tax, KPMG Brazil

Roberto Haddad

Roberto Haddad

Partner, Tax, KPMG Brazil

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