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Tuesday, 06 October 2020
09:00-09:50 PDT
12:00-12:50 EDT
17:00-17:50 BST
18:00-18:50 CEST
00:00-00:50 HKT +1
03:00-03:50 AEDT +1
Breakout Series VIII
Finance, Tax & Accounting
Also suitable for Private Companies

Session Encore
with Live Speaker Q&A
Tuesday, 13 October 2020
17:00-17:50 PDT
20:00-20:50 EDT
01:00-01:50 BST +1
02:00-02:50 CEST +1
08:00-08:50 HKT +1
11:00-11:50 AEDT +1

8.2 Crafting Your Mobile Strategy

We live in an increasingly mobile world (or maybe only pre COVID-19!), where the boundaries of today’s workplace continue to test the demands of all types of companies–from startups to large multinationals, both private and public. As a result of greater scrutiny by tax authorities around the world, as well as the complexity that mobility adds to the equation, there is a critical need for well-defined processes across the organization in order to be compliant in your mobility programs. Having a clear, established tax mobility tracking strategy is critical in a mobile environment which can be subject to unexpected changes. A well-crafted strategy, one that includes third-party guidance and expertise, can support a successful tax policy, ensuring compliance for both the corporate issuer and its employees. This panel will offer insight and practical guidance on implementing a mobility tracking solution, the impact on mobility strategies due to COVID-19, unique challenges and learnings from 2020 and their application for equity compensation that you can consider for use at your firm today.
June Davenport, Shareworks by Morgan Stanley (ES)
Andrea Kagan, NVIDIA Corporation (US)
Jennifer Link, KPMG (US)
June Liu, Chevron (US)
CPE Credit: 1.0
Field of Study: Taxes
Level: II, III