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The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) takes effect January 1, 2020, as one of the strictest privacy laws in the United States. With requirements resembling those of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), what should governance, risk, and compliance executives know as they prepare to comply with CCPA? Participants will explore ways to advance their organization’s CCPA readiness.
The challenges of US international tax compliance in terms of transparency and granularity of reporting expand dramatically in the coming year. What do tax departments face as they prepare to address these expanding requirements while documenting and refining tax positions in the different tax reform areas? Participants will explore leading practices for planning their 2018 tax compliance processes.
Going into 2019, the economy is growing rapidly, unemployment is low, and tax reform effects are materializing. Concurrently, inflation is accelerating, the Federal Reserve is tightening monetary policy, and the United States is taking steps to limit trade. How should private and mid-market companies proceed? Participants will learn results of Deloitte’s global economic outlook survey and what could lie ahead for private and mid-market companies in 2019.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, also known as cognitive technologies, are at the forefront of the fourth industrial revolution. How are technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies leveraging AI to extract the most value for their organizations? Participants will gain new insights on these and other issues as TMT companies continue to evaluate their future with AI technologies.
The global banking industry has benefitted from the transformations undertaken in the past 10 years. A clear focus on business agility and customer centricity can make 2019 a pivotal year to take advantage of the positive momentum. Participants will explore ways banks can continue their strategic transformation in 2019.
Robotic process automation (RPA) holds the promise of transforming how work is done, from improving process quality, accuracy, and productivity, to reducing cost. So why do many organizations struggle to scale RPA proof-of-concept projects into enterprisewide deployments, and what risks do they face? Participants will explore how to drive greater value, faster implementation timelines, and shorter ROI horizons with techniques and methods.
US trade policies have historically had a significant impact on China and the Asia Pacific region, and recent developments, including the imposition of additional tariffs, are no exception. Transformational changes underway due to US trade policies, and reciprocating measures by other countries, are affecting various industries and sectors and have long-term potential to alter the geography of global supply chains. Participants will learn how businesses can navigate the changing trade environment in the United States, China, and other countries.
The past year was in many ways an economic, political, regulatory, and competitive rollercoaster for the energy, resources, and industrials industry. What new factors are likely to shape the industry in the coming year and beyond? Participants will explore various issues and opportunities that the industry is likely to face in 2019.
How will market uncertainty, tax reform, and changes in the regulatory environment impact merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in 2019? Given the near-record pace of M&A activity in the United States, do corporate and private equity executives anticipate further acceleration of deal flow in 2019, or is a slowdown expected? Participants will learn insights garnered from the 6th annual Deloitte M&A trends report, which surveys corporate and private equity executives who are focused on M&A.
The UK's planned exit from the European Union on March 29, 2019 presents significant business risk and uncertainty for US multinationals operating in Europe and the UK. What should US companies do now to mitigate this risk, especially if they have been taking a wait-and-see approach? Participants will learn how businesses can prepare for Brexit despite ongoing uncertainty.
Investment management continues to change radically, with margin compression, decreasing organic growth, shifting consumer preferences, regulatory developments, and advancing technologies being key drivers. What factors are likely to distinguish industry leaders from laggards in the next 12 months? Participants will learn about industry and competitive pressures that are likely to unfold in 2019.
In less than a decade, cloud in the enterprise has gone from being the exception to the norm. Pressures to consumerize IT are forcing consumer-facing companies to advance their cloud capabilities, rethink how work gets done, embrace new disciplines, and adapt to evolving customer preferences. Participants will learn how leading organizations are transforming by moving beyond cloud and expanding Agile and DevOps into business functions.
The 2017 US tax legislation introduced significant new calculations and data requirements, yet many tax departments today largely rely on manual, spreadsheet-based calculation processes to satisfy those requirements. Relief may be near as tax technology vendors roll out functionality for use in the 2018 tax compliance cycle. Participants will learn about new tax technology functionality to support and automate key requirements of the 2017 US tax legislation.
In 2040, the life sciences and health care industry will look dramatically different. How are today’s emerging and disruptive technologies setting up the industry for that change? Participants will gain insights into technology trends that are laying the foundation for the future of health.
Agility is the watchword for commercial real estate businesses in 2019. But what does that mean, and what drivers are likely to shape real estate investment decisions in the year ahead? Participants will gain valuable insights into what 2019 could hold for commercial real estate companies.
Digital is now woven into nearly everything we do, yet many organizations are still struggling to adapt. How are technology leaders grappling with unprecedented changes, including growing connectivity, competition, and consumer power, and laying the groundwork for an increasingly digital future? Participants will learn how digital transformation in new products, business models, and ecosystems is shaping and enabling a more resilient future for leading organizations.
Recent actions around trade agreements and tariffs have created confusion and potential tariff risks for many US and global companies. How can you distinguish rhetoric from reality? Participants will learn to distinguish facts from hype around the current global trade environment and explore strategies for addressing potential tariff risks.
Historically, rewards programs have largely been one-size-fits-all, but now companies are taking a more workforce-centered, agile, and flexible approach. How does this new model work in the global mobility realm? Participants will learn how mobility rewards programs can be delivered more continuously, more aligned with individual preferences, and based more on employees’ whole contribution.
An improving economy and rising interest rates are helping bolster insurer bottom lines. But the industry still faces plenty of opportunities and threats in the year ahead, including economic, cultural, regulatory, and technological. Participants will learn what changes in operations and investments may be necessary to help insurers grow and thrive in a dynamic environment where innovation can make a critical difference.