On-demand presentationLearn how using technology can build a compliant corporate governance framework to support tax decision making and manage tax risks.
Tax reform continues to be a major challenge faced by corporate tax departments worldwide. Industry research indicates that one in four tax leaders believe this is the biggest obstacle in their work. These reforms often require corporate teams to have a tax governance framework that will meet the expectations of each of the global regulators their organisation operate in.
Watch this in-person panel discussion with PwC Australia’s Zac Correia and Sharon Chuang with Wolters Kluwer’s Melinda Kaddatz, where they discuss how the increased global focus from tax authorities has required corporations to look to further to leverage technology to enhance tax risk governance and risk management.
The panel presentation covers off:
- The trends from regulators and how corporates can stay ahead of expectations.
- What pressures tax functions are faced with to keep up with the ever-growing reporting expectations (both internal and external).
- How technology can be used to stay ahead of governance expectations and better embed tax controls within the tax function to improve the execution of a tax governance framework.
- Areas in the compliance process becoming a key focus in automation.