WEBCAST

The Intersection of Tax and ESG

Tax risk management has not escaped the growing focus by companies on environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles—initially, as a measurable element used in sustainability indexes, and more recently, with growing recognition that corporate tax strategy and policies can impact a company’s ESG position directly. KPMG LLP (KPMG) is pleased to invite you to a 90-minute Tax Governance Institute webcast replay on the intersection of ESG and tax.

A panel—comprised of professionals from Uber as well as KPMG Tax leaders from the United States and Europe—engage in a thought-provoking discussion on this developing topic and new corporate measure, covering:

  • How tax is a key component of, and interacts with, a company’s ESG program
  • Insights into the development of principles and controls for guiding tax behavior within your organization
  • How (and whether) to communicate tax policies and principles externally.

This webcast will be of interest to board members and C-suite executives responsible for tax or ESG issues and tax executives responsible for developing, communicating, and operating an ESG tax strategy.

Guest speaker

Francois Chadwick

Francois Chadwick

Vice President, Tax & Accounting, Uber

KPMG speakers

Manal Corwin

Manal Corwin

Principal in Charge, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Søren Dalby

Søren Dalby

Partner, Corporate Tax, KPMG Acor Tax (Denmark)

John P. Gimigliano

John P. Gimigliano

Principal, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

David Perrone

David Perrone

Partner, Head of Tax Management Consulting, KPMG Sweden

Brett Weaver

Brett Weaver

IMPACT Tax Lead, KPMG LLP

State of sustainability

Early days, but growing attention by U.S. execs evident in the polling results from this webcast

Early days, but growing attention by U.S. execs evident in the polling results from this webcast

Some or all the services described herein may not be permissible for KPMG audit clients and their affiliates or related entities.

The information contained herein is not intended to be “written advice concerning one or more Federal tax matters” subject to the requirements of section 10.37(a)(2) of Treasury Department Circular 230.