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An inflection point has arrived as companies shift from blockchain tourism to building practical blockchain applications for business. But as this phenomenon unfolds, practitioners will likely confront a number of key issues. Participants will explore findings from Deloitte’s 2019 global blockchain survey and implications for their organizations.
Many changes in state tax legislation and rule-making are being enacted in 2019, prompted by 2017 federal tax law changes. What important developments should you be aware of? Participants will explore the latest state and local tax developments as tax authorities continue to respond to federal tax reform.
Financial institutions are exploring more sophisticated anti-money laundering (AML) transaction monitoring approaches that use advanced analytics and artificial intelligence. The transition from traditional monitoring systems to next-generation approaches requires careful planning and execution. Participants will learn how a phased approach can help them successfully transition to a next-generation AML solution that can efficiently and effectively combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
The 2017 federal tax legislation’s extensive changes to international provisions of the US Tax Code continue to reverberate through multinational companies. What recent tax-technical issues should US companies know about, and how should these issues help shape future planning? Participants will learn how these provisions might impact their business and explore resulting tax planning considerations.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to expand, organizations are creating tangible outcomes and value. What practical steps can be taken for more programmatic IoT cybersecurity and to protect IoT investments? Participants will hear from the CEO of industrial cybersecurity leader Dragos about ways to capture IoT benefits while preserving and protecting their organizations.
As digital media evolves, consumers across age groups are changing the way they use and consume content. For companies in technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT), harnessing these attitudes and behaviors can mean the difference between thriving or fading. Participants will learn results of Deloitte’s Digital Media Trends, 13th edition, formerly the Digital Democracy survey, and how these trends might impact strategic planning for TMT companies.
With technology exponentially changing personal and business capabilities, many job seekers are looking beyond the material rewards of working. How is workplace fun becoming a competitive differentiator, and what exactly is it? Participants will learn how embracing fun can create a positive climate that improves employee experience and performance.
As blockchain becomes more widespread within finance organizations, controllers might find themselves challenged to make sense of unfamiliar territory. Now is a good time to learn about blockchain, but what should you know? Participants will gain insights into blockchain technology, how it applies to controllers, and the importance of preparing for blockchain sooner rather than later.
Rising costs and a smaller applicant pool are causing many higher education institutions to feel unprecedented financial pressures. What are innovative options to aid long-term financial sustainability and how can institutions determine their best course of action? Participants will gain insights on how colleges and universities can start to identify which options for long-term sustainability are best for them.
Boards and executives often have a fragmented view of cyber risks. How can an integrated cyber risk intelligence capability help improve management of threats, vulnerabilities, and business or mission impacts – i.e., the risk equation? Participants will gain insights on managing the risk equation through an integrated approach to cyber risk management.
As tax leaders focus more on automating tax processes, many are zeroing in on indirect taxes as a key area of opportunity. Indirect tax engines, procurement systems, and process automation tools can play a part in transforming indirect tax planning and compliance. Participants will explore the many indirect tax automation opportunities available today and the potential value to be created through automation.
Renewables are now showing up at the intersection of smart city goals and building owner/operator conservation efforts. What opportunities are available for stakeholders to join together for key energy, mobility, and conservation initiatives? Participants will discover which cities are leading in smart renewables, how conservation is a key consideration for smart buildings, and how utilities are participating in smart city initiatives.
Cross-functional and global shared services have increased threefold in the past two years. How are they serving as drivers of digital transformation? Participants will gain insights into how organizations are capitalizing on leading practices and key trends to address business challenges, reduce operating costs, and deliver more value to customers.
The passthroughs area of tax generally focuses on the taxation of partnerships and S corporations, along with their respective partners and shareholders. Among other things, it considers the taxation of contributions, distributions, and transfers of owners’ interests. What are some recent technical developments and potential tax planning considerations that may impact your company? Participants will learn about recent developments in the passthroughs area of tax and potential implications for affected companies.
Transformative shifts in the life sciences and health care industry, many driven by the adoption of big data, create numerous opportunities for both industry incumbents and nontraditional, disruptive market entrants. A critical capability for all business leaders embracing innovation will be to intelligently manage the potential risks emanating from this new future. Participants will learn about ways industry leaders can manage existing and emerging risks so they can seize opportunities.
Cybersecurity remains a top priority for the financial services industry. The C-suite and board members want to know how much CISOs need to spend and how their efforts should be organized to effectively protect the company’s data, operations, and reputation. Participants will learn top themes from the 2019 Benchmark conducted by FS-ISAC and Deloitte and how companies can meet the growing challenge in cyber risk management.
A shift is underway as businesses go beyond corporate responsibility to become social enterprises, actively listening to the world around them to better understand and support their stakeholder networks. What trends are unfolding and what steps are companies taking? Participants will hear results of the 7th Annual Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends research and gain insights to prepare for what’s next.
Several automotive trends are converging that could disrupt the industry’s century-old business models and value chain. With consumers still at the heart of any future mobility scenario, what are key trends and developments you should consider in your planning? Participants will learn results of Deloitte’s Global Automotive Consumer Study and hear insights on what companies working within the automotive and mobility ecosystem might consider as they evaluate investments in new products, technologies, and business models.