IRC Section 382 and its implications in the banking industry
In this episode of In the vault we discuss IRC Section 382 along with potential impacts and considerations for bank tax departments.
Legal entity rationalization
Elizabeth L’Hommedieu, Tony Welburn, Mitchell Thweatt and Megan Fitzsimmons discuss legal entity rationalization in the banking industry.
Basel III Endgame and the potential impact to bank tax departments
Elizabeth L’Hommedieu is joined by Mike George, Grant Dalbey, and Andrew Devlin to discuss recent developments related to regulatory capital, Basel III Endgame, and how changes might impact bank tax departments.
Employee retention credit
Elizabeth L’Hommedieu is joined by Mike George, Stacy Janssen, and Sally Hawkins to discuss the employee retention credit (ERC) in banking.
State tax treatment of IRC 174 within the banking industry
Liz L'Hommedieu, Stefanie Humphrey, and Justin Hill discuss state tax treatment of IRC 174 within the banking industry.
Understanding the applicability of Business Licenses for Banks
KPMG tax leaders Liz L’Hommedieu and Suzanne Caputo discuss the various types of licenses and how banks become licensed.
Unclaimed Property: Key considerations for banks
KPMG tax leaders Liz L’Hommedieu, Will King and Marion Acord discuss further unclaimed property and the legislative changes impacting compliance and risk.
In the Vault with KPMG
Employee benefits: Key Considerations for banking employers
Unclaimed Property: What is it and how does it apply to banks?
KPMG tax leaders Liz L’Hommedieu, Will King and Marion Acord discuss unclaimed property and the challenges banks face when complying with state requirements.
Citizen developers within a bank’s tax organization
Liz L’Hommedieu with Amit Ringshia and Charles Danguy discuss the concept of citizen developers within a bank’s tax organization.
ESG: Key reasons a bank tax department should get involved
KPMG tax leaders Liz L’Hommedieu, Anu Varadharajan and Irina Liptak discuss ESG and its tax functions in banking.
In the Vault with KPMG
Tax technology in Banking: The cloud
Ambient Data Management for financial services
Tom Haslam and Brian Radakovich discuss a solution to improve data quality in the financial services industry that applies artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).
Tax fringe benefits within the banking industry
Liz L'Hommedieu, John Tomaszewski, and John Montgomery discuss tax fringe benefits.
Tax treatment of research and development
Liz L’Hommedieu, Michael Fishman, and Stefanie Humphrey discuss the tax treatment of research and development expenses.