• Carol Newham, Partner |
1 min read

For the consumer sector, along with the regulatory environment getting tougher, ESG considerations continue to drive consumer behaviour – whether this is looking at emissions footprint, recyclability, human rights or beyond. As these demands transform business models and supply chains, there will be tax implications to manage. So, as a tax leader in this sector – what’s at the top of your to-do list?

In this video, Carol Newham, Partner, ESG Tax & Legal Partner Sponsor, is joined by Rachel Orton, Director, Climate Risk & Strategy, and Lee Holloway, Partner, International Tax, to talk about the ESG challenges facing consumer organisations and what that means from a tax perspective. And in such a vast area, where should tax leaders start?

Whether you are just taking the first steps on your ESG journey or need help in a targeted area, our team of multidisciplinary experts are on hand to support you to articulate and execute your ESG tax agenda. Get in touch with Carol today.