“After years of discussion, US federal tax reform (i.e., the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”) has finally arrived.  With final passage of the legislation expected before Christmas, it is clear that it represents the most significant and wide-scale change to the US federal tax system in over 30 years, the implications for US and multinational businesses across the full spectrum of industries are vast and will be widely felt.
To guide you through this seismic shift to the US tax landscape, we invite you to our US tax reform knowledge sharing breakfast session on Wednesday 10 January where Fred Gander (Head of KPMG’s US Tax Services in EMEA Team) will provide an informative overview of the key US federal tax reform provisions affecting US inbound multinational companies, with a focus on practical steps, planning considerations, as well as immediate and long-term action items to pursue.  Key measures for US inbound multinational companies include interest deduction limits, the related-party base erosion tax, NOL limitations, 100% capital investment expensing and the IP incentives regime.
Fred will share with those in attendance some ‘real world’ examples of certain benefits, challenges, and opportunities arising from the newly enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  Finally, we will provide you with a description of ways in which KPMG can help you and your companies going forward on your journey across the uncertain US federal tax reform terrain, including a showcase of KPMG’s highly acclaimed US tax reform modelling tools.”
Amstelveen, office Meijburg & Co
07:45 a.m. - 08:15 a.m.  Reception & breakfast
08:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.  Presentations
Event speaker
Fred Gander leads KPMG’s US Tax practice in London and is a principal in Washington National Tax.   He has 30 years of experience advising clients on a broad array of US international and inbound tax matters.  He has been practicing U.S. tax in London since 1991, prior to which he practiced in Washington D.C.  Mr. Gander’s practice includes advising multinational corporations, financial institutions and investment funds on the taxation of their cross-border transactions and business operations. In particular, he assists multinational corporate groups in implementing cross-border and US inbound mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, joint ventures, and dispositions.  He also has extensive experience in structuring cross-border financing, intellectual property transactions and tax-efficient profit repatriation strategies. 
If you would like to attend this roundtable, please register as soon as possible. Places are limited and early registration is therefore strongly advised.

Location: Amstelveen
Datum: 10 January 2018
Time: 07:45 t/m 10:00