The other side of the fence – a Q&A with Jean-Pierre Lieb, the Inspector General of Finance at the French Department of Taxation.
The evolving role of the tax director – a Q&A with Carolyn Libretti, Tax Partner at Ernst & Young in Rio de Janeiro.
From tax optimizer to business partner – a Q&A with Claire Goudet, Corporate Law and Customs Director at Yves Rocher.
“There is a latent pool of talent across British industry in the form of tax people, more and more of whom, I believe, will migrate into other technical specialisms or wider managerial roles.“
The Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base represents one of the most fundamental changes in corporate taxation ever attempted in Europe.
“Risk is relative,” says van Dijk. “What might be too risky for some will be acceptable for others.”
Today, a tax director is more of a real-time commentator and advisor to management than a historical custodian.
Broad-based performance management may be a relatively new concept for many tax functions. What do these new measures look like?
Tax professionals and the companies they work for stand to benefit from relocations which bring them closer to business operations.
Tax is often written off as a niche career, but proves to be just the opposite.
An interview with Todd Tuckner, Chief Operating Officer for the global finance function at UBS, the Swiss banking and financial services group.
Watch an interview with CFO Andreas Lindner on how the tax function has evolved at Ricola, the Swiss manufacturer of herb-based products.
Hans van Hout, Corporate Tax Director at FrieslandCampina, discusses the increasing importance of the tax function.
The days when tax could operate in isolation from the business are long gone. Instead, tax directors need to think commercially and demonstrate that they can add value to key business decisions.
From technician to business partner: what is it like to be a tax director today?
Striving for greater efficiency, finance functions are being transformed, requiring closer collaboration between CFO and tax director.
T Magazine introduces participants and judges from the Young Tax Professional of the Year award to demonstrate the changing profile of tax professionals.
With increased public and regulatory scrutiny of their tax affairs, companies risk considerable damage to their brands if they get it wrong.