Host: Mark Nehoray, Partner, Deloitte Tax LLP
Supply chain disruption, global tax reform, and the rise of the digital supply network create a dynamic environment for operationally based cross-border tax planning. Is your tax team prepared? We’ll discuss:
- Recent supply chain trends such as production/supplier nearshoring and ESG (environmental, social, and governance) criteria
- The potential for US tax reform and OECD Pillars One and Two to impact historical structures and shape supply chain tax strategy development
- Digital transformation throughout the supply chain and its relationship to existing transfer pricing operating models
Meet the Host
Mark is a senior partner in the Los Angeles office of Deloitte Tax LLP. He is a founding member of Deloitte’s national transfer pricing practice in March 1990, as well as the founding member of its Los Angeles transfer pricing practice. Mark has more than 36 years of public accounting and private industry experience, primarily in the international tax and transfer pricing areas. He consults with multinational clients on transborder transactions, assists multinational companies with transfer pricing studies, and consults with clients on restructuring of foreign royalties and other foreign income streams. Mark led the team that successfully negotiated Mexico’s first-ever transfer pricing ruling.