November 4, 2020
Thursday, 12 November 2020 | How the US general election impacts the global corporate tax outlook (4:30 pm GMT)
In this webcast, panelists discuss practical information and critical insights to help navigate through an already complex tax policy landscape. One of the top-of-mind issues shaping conversations between global business leaders is what to expect after the US Presidential election on 3 November. While the results seem unpredictable, and may not be known immediately, we do know there will be significant implications for tax. The results of the upcoming US general election will have a far-reaching effect on the global economy, the approach to business recovery and potential changes in global tax policy for the near and long term.
On November 12, join EY Global Vice Chair of Tax Kate Barton and tax leaders from some of the world's largest multinationals to continue the dialogue about how to prepare for the impact of the election from a tax perspective. This webcast is designed to provide tax, finance and business executives with practical information and critical insights to help navigate through an already complex tax policy landscape. With seasoned tax leaders from large multinationals as featured panelists, we will explore the challenges and opportunities that we can expect post-election. We hope you will be able to join us.
Date: Thursday, 12 November
Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm ET / 4:30-5:30 pm GMT
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