Driving improved performance and risk management in global compliance and reporting
Many multinationals perform statutory accounting and tax compliance in a given country with limited consistency or visibility at the regional or global level. These same companies are focused on growth from new and emerging markets, sustaining cost reductions across the organization, managing complex regulatory and tax changes and driving value through tax. As a result of these pressures and opportunities, we are seeing an increasing number of finance and tax functions re-thinking how they are operating their global compliance and reporting functions.
During this webcast we will describe a number of case studies, as well as the results of the Ernst & Young 2011 Global Compliance and Reporting survey. Areas of discussion will include:
- Finance transformation and the impact on global compliance and reporting
- Evolving global compliance and reporting operating models
- The challenge for finance and tax: striking the right balance of value, efficiency and control
During this live, interactive webcast, you will have the opportunity to ask questions through the website, and the panelists will answer as many of your questions as time permits.
This program will be of interest to people responsible for global compliance and reporting including directors of finance, corporate controllers, CFOs, finance shared services center leaders, financial transformation leaders, tax directors and tax accountants. We hope you will be able to join us.
Cheryl C. Belles, Ernst & Young LLP, Global Compliance and Reporting
Matthew Duncan, Ernst & Young LLP, Americas Markets Leader, Global Compliance and Reporting
Mark Garcia, Ernst & Young LLP, Americas Accounting and Compliance Services Leader, Global Compliance and Reporting
Kenneth C. Brown, Ernst & Young LLP, Americas Leader, Global Compliance and Reporting