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FDII compliance, documentation, and Pillar Two considerations
Foreign-derived intangible income (FDII) is gaining increased importance in a Pillar Two environment. This webcast will cover practical considerations and potential compliance hurdles taxpayers should be aware of. Participants will be aware of key FDII considerations in today’s environment.
Contract lifecycle management: Obtaining more value from CLM systems
More and more private organizations are implementing Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) as a critical enabler. There is some great technology available—but regardless of your size and industry, there are some fundamentals to give your CLM project the best chance of success. Participants will explore practical ways that a CLM platform can transform a private company’s approach.
E.U. Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive and the impact on U.S. companies
In November 2022, the European Council and the European Parliament approved the final text of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), which will affect U.S.-based companies with E.U. operations and are much broader than the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed rule on climate. Participants will gain a new understanding of the impact of the CSRD on U.S. companies and other international developments while assessing considerations for companies as they prepare to adopt these standards.
Navigating the complex unclaimed property environment
All companies have unclaimed property reporting obligations and, although not a tax, unclaimed property can be a significant source of revenue for states. Managing unclaimed property compliance risks and conforming to states’ requirements is as important now as ever as states ramp up audit efforts in the face of economic uncertainties. Participants will be able to better understand risk-related aspects of unclaimed property and ways to mitigate such risks, as well as obtain an understanding of recent unclaimed property trends and legislative activity.
2023 banking and capital markets M&A outlook: Volatility seeds opportunity
Banking and capital markets mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity has been on a roller coaster ride for several years. Transaction volumes and values climbed steadily prior to the pandemic, only to hurtle downward in 2020. Activity shot up the following year, then slid again in 2022 due to rising inflation, interest rate hikes, ongoing economic uncertainty and other factors. Participants will explore how a volatile M&A landscape may lead to future opportunities for their organization.
2023 insurance M&A outlook: Balancing uncertainty with optimism
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in 2022 was a tale of two markets. Following a remarkable 2021, deal-making began to taper off in the first half of 2022 and tumbled dramatically in the second half in response to rising inflation, interest rates, a generally uncertain economy, and more.Participants will explore how their organization can navigate uncertainty to find opportunities in today’s M&A landscape.
2023 Global Automotive Consumer Study: Tracking auto industry trends
What consumer trends and disruptive technologies will have the most impact on the automotive industry in the coming year? Deloitte’s 2023 Global Automotive Consumer Study offers perspectives from 26,000 consumers in 24 countries that can help automotive companies overcome challenges to thrive. Participants will receive insights that can help them prioritize and better position their business strategies and investments in the year to come.
2023 oil & gas mergers and acquisitions outlook: Pivoting for change
Despite record energy prices and low valuations, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the oil and gas (O&G) sector fell by 35% year over year in 2022. Is the O&G M&A playbook changing, and what are the new drivers of strategic deal-making in the O&G industry? Participants will learn what strategies O&G companies will have to deploy to change the game in 2023 and beyond.
It’s time to get serious about data
While data is often on the CFO agenda, it can very commonly be overshadowed by competing priorities. Learn how to “get serious about data” as data availability, quality, and accuracy are foundational to unlocking information and insights to help address the internal and external pressures facing finance today. Participants will explore opportunities many CFOs and finance organizations can take with regards to data and how to think about data differently.
How industry clouds can accelerate digital transformation in banking
Industry clouds have enormous potential in driving optimal outcomes for banks’ technology investments. In particular, industry clouds can help unify disparate technologies, bolster innovation, and increase the focus on customers’ value. Participants will be able to analyze the industry cloud so they can help leaders in the banking industry realize the full potential of digital and business transformation efforts.
Digital transformation at private companies: Cloud ERP as a service
Cloud (ERP)-as-a-service delivery models offer specific benefits for mid-market and private companies that need to respond quickly to rapid growth or changing market conditions, especially disruptions that can impede momentum if not handled properly. Learn how ERP-as-a-service can help you fast-track ERP transformation and understand the right time to start on your transformation. Participants will explore how to expedite their transformation to a modern ERP to deliver operational and financial return.
Sustainable buildings: Help create a greener future
The engineering and construction industry (E&C) is focusing on sustainable development and overall energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Participants will garner insights on some approaches and recommendations for E&C companies to consider to help achieve the customer goals of lowering the carbon footprint from buildings within the bounds of realistic capital expenditures.
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