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August 31, 2020

Tuesday, 15 September 2020 | International tax talk quarterly series with the EY Global Tax Desk Network - Future state Asia 2.0: navigating evolving supply chains and business shifts (6 pm BST)

A series addressing pertinent global tax topics and recent developments

Future state Asia 2.0: navigating evolving supply chains and business shifts

In an environment defined by continuous global change and shifting paradigms, multinationals are having to evaluate their global supply chains. COVID-19 supply interruptions, trade policy uncertainty, the evolving geopolitical landscape, and increasing customer and consumer demands are creating new risks. Multinationals are increasingly focused on supply chain resilience and greater diversity of manufacturing, shared services, and hub company structures and locations, resulting in more distributed operating models.

Business approaches and operating models in Asia-Pacific are inherently complex. Evaluating operating models and supply chains and making location decisions require analyzing numerous business, operational and tax factors. Within Asia-Pacific, recent trends and developments in the ASEAN1 region and India may influence this analysis.

Our panelists will discuss how organizations can address these business challenges and manage their global tax profile amid disruption, with a focus on ASEAN and India. Topics will include:

  • Key trends and developments reshaping global supply chains
  • Responding to global challenges using more agile and resilient supply chains
  • ASEAN's emerging role in the shared services sector, global trade and manufacturing
  • India's increased importance and expanding role in global supply chains and the China +1 approach

Date: Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Time: 1:00-2:15 p.m. EDT New York; 10:00 a.m. PDT Los Angeles; 18:00 London; 19:00 Paris

Registration: Register for this event.


  • Jay Camillo, EY Global Operating Model Effectiveness (OME) Leader, International Tax and Transaction Services
  • Blake Langridge, Asia-Pacific OME Desk Leader, International Tax and Transaction Services, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Bin Eng Tan, ASEAN Business Incentives Leader, International Tax and Transaction Services, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Michelle Arias, Philippines Tax Desk, International Tax and Transaction Services, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Roshan Samuel, India Tax Desk, International Tax and Transaction Services, Ernst & Young LLP


  • Chris J. Finnerty, Asia Pacific Business Group Leader, International Tax and Transaction Services, Ernst & Young LLP

CPE credit offered: 1.4. Recommended field of study: Taxes. Learning objective: Discuss trends and tax considerations related to supply chain resilience in Asia-Pacific. This intermediate level, group internet-based course has no prerequisites or advanced preparation. Final CPE award to be based on content, polling and length of participation. See CPE FAQ for more information.

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1 The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) consists of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.


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