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The workplace is being transformed by artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and automation faster than many people expected. Yet instead of displacing human workers, companies are finding that humans and bots are working side by side. Participants will learn about HR’s pivotal role in creating meaningful work for employees, value for customers, and productivity for organizations by leveraging AI, robotics, and automation.
Consumer demand for more and better digital experiences continues to rise. How can banks refine their digital transformation strategies for competitive advantage and stronger market share? Participants will learn results of a Deloitte survey of banking customers in 17 countries along with insights into why banks must rethink how they design and track digital banking offerings.
The recent US Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. (Wayfair) overturned the physical presence pre-requisite for states to impose sales tax. While lauded by some as leveling the playing field between online and bricks-and-mortar retailers and adding to state tax receipts, the ruling introduces new complexities and uncertainties. Participants will explore potential implications of Wayfair beyond sales tax and how their companies might be affected.
With US unemployment at near all-time lows, manufacturers are challenged with finding skilled workers to meet increased market demand. Digital transformation creates opportunities and challenges in building a skilled manufacturing workforce of the future. Participants will hear results from Deloitte’s and the Manufacturing Institute’s landmark Skills Gap Study and learn effective approaches to addressing the current skills shortage.
For companies undertaking an M&A transaction, employer-related taxes may represent both an opportunity and a risk. What are important considerations across the life cycle of a transaction, from due diligence, to structuring, to post-merger integration? Participants will explore the rewards, benefits, and tax compliance landscape inherent in M&A transactions and learn ways to mitigate the tax risks of the deal while pursuing planned synergies.
Because the demands of a family-owned or other closely held enterprise can be all-consuming, planning for major transitions, including succession, is often postponed. How can effective planning drive growth, improve performance, and support family harmony? Participants will learn leading practices for transition planning that transform a dreaded task into an integral part of business strategy and operations.
On September 13, the Treasury and IRS released proposed regulations that outline rules for the new Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income (GILTI) provision of the 2017 tax law. These highly anticipated rules affect every US company with overseas subsidiaries. Participants will hear from representatives of Treasury’s Office of Tax Policy on significant issues and considerations related to GILTI and gain insights on future guidance.
Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and automation will soon affect nearly every function of the financial system. Where will the impacts be felt most, and what ripple effects could they have? Participants will learn about findings from a World Economic Forum report and potential implications across the global financial services environment.
Seismic shifts are reshaping the new world of government work. What are the trends that government leaders should know about as they navigate the new landscape going into 2019? Participants will review Deloitte’s report on 2018 Human Capital Trends: A government & public services perspective and learn how organizations can address human capital issues of the future.
Do you know what issues the standard-setters and regulators have been addressing lately? We’ve been monitoring their projects. Participants will gain a new understanding of important accounting issues and developments for the quarter.
Introduced in November 2017, the DOJ’s new Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Corporate Enforcement Policy (the policy) made significant changes to some areas of previous policy while leaving others alone. How has it played out? Participants will gain insights on benefits and challenges associated with the new FCPA corporate enforcement policy.
Businesses of many shapes and sizes are using cloud computing and software-as-a-service solutions to gain rapid access to world-class IT capabilities. What should companies consider as they make a shift to a flexible consumption model or optimize their existing model? Participants will hear results of the Deloitte flexible consumption survey and better understand how to evolve their business to meet customer demands.
In light of new federal tax legislation passed in 2017, many private company executives are considering whether to change their company's structure from pass-through entity to a C corporation. What are important issues that could arise? Participants will explore significant issues and considerations private companies are likely to face during the conversion process.
Blockchain is one of many digital disruptors that are shaking up other industries generally and bringing change to airline operations and ecosystems specifically. What practical uses are airlines finding for this new technology today? Participants will learn how blockchain can have a positive impact on airlines, as well as explore practical applications.
Digital disruption holds great promise for finance organizations that want to create more value, faster, for business stakeholders. But what specific areas of finance have the greatest potential for disruption? Participants will get an inside look at Deloitte’s Finance 2025 report and gain visibility into ways that digital disruption is changing—and will change—how the work of finance gets done.
On July 3, the OECD released a public discussion draft on the transfer pricing of financial transactions. What should tax executives know, and what actions can they take? Participants will gain insights on the critical elements of this discussion draft.