2011-12 Tax risk and controversy survey
A new era for global risk and uncertainty
Tax administrations around the world are under pressure to raise revenues and are adopting an increasingly international focus. Tax audits have become more frequent and aggressive with transparency and disclosure requirements rapidly increasing. And at the same time, advocacy groups and the news media have increased their scrutiny of corporate tax affairs, raising the risk of damage to brand and reputation - and in the worst cases, shareholder value.
These are some of the conclusions drawn from tax executives, audit committee members, tax administrators and tax policy-makers who participated in our 2011-12 Tax risk and controversy survey. Join our team of professionals for the first in a series of webcasts about tax risk and controversy as they discuss:
- Why tax risk and controversy is so important for companies
- How the tax risk and controversy landscape has changed in recent times
- How leading companies are designing and implementing global tax risk and controversy management framework
- The trends we expect to see grow in the next few years
Robert Hanson, Ernst & Young LLP (US) Global Director of Tax Controversy Services
Christopher Sanger, Ernst & Young LLP (UK) Global and EMEIA Director of Tax Policy Services
Deborah Nolan, Ernst & Young LLP (US) Americas Director, Tax Controversy and Risk Management Services
Monique van Herksen, Ernst & Young Belastingadviseurs LLP, EMEIA Director – Tax Controversy
Bart Kuper, VimpelCom Ltd. Group Tax Director
Michael R. Nelson, Pfizer Inc. Senior Director - Global Tax Audits & Controversies
Aidan O'Carroll, Ernst & Young LLP (UK), Global Tax markets Leader.