Welcome to the 2023 KPMG Global Indirect Tax Conference

7-8 February 2023 | Powerscourt Hotel, Dublin, Ireland | Powerscourt Co. Dublin, A98 DR12, Ireland

The opportunities for indirect tax leaders to add value to their business has never been greater. The relevance, agility, connectivity, and data-driven mindset of indirect tax leaders come to the fore, provided they can navigate both internal and external forces to achieve positive organizational change and results.

The world of indirect taxes is changing, and the recent "VAT in the Digital Age" reform proposals are just the beginning. From delivering an innovative and responsive indirect tax function to managing effective cashflows and keeping up to speed with the ever-evolving technical, technological and data-driven compliance requirements, the role of the indirect tax leader must be fit for the times. Layer on top the additional political, socioeconomic and environmental influences which can impact an organization, this is the new reality that indirect tax leaders face — but you don’t have to navigate it alone.

This exciting in-person event brings together indirect tax leaders and luminaries from many of the largest global organizations, together with KPMG specialists who are passionate about managing and championing change in an evolving indirect tax landscape. Together, we can navigate the new reality. This is an invite-only event, which is being extended to a select group of leaders around the world and is not transferable.

Through a series of plenary, roundtable and in-depth collaboration sessions with both external and KPMG Global Indirect Tax subject matter experts, industry leaders and representatives from the regulators, attendees will have the opportunity to share their experiences and perspectives on the evolving indirect tax landscape and consider the relevance to the broader business agenda.

Expect to be enlightened by innovative viewpoints and ideas, equipped with technical knowledge and enriched by diverse experiences from your peers — all while strengthening your professional network. But above all, this event is highly participatory, so please bring your best self to contribute, listen and engage.

This event is designed to help you develop the professional and personal skills to keep pace with the evolving landscape. It offers a unique opportunity to understand the changing nature of indirect taxes, the modernization and reforms to indirect tax systems (such as e-invoicing and digital reporting), the role of the indirect tax function in the context of the ESG agenda and more.

In a highly interactive manner, we will explore possible approaches that can help generate value for businesses through the lens of indirect taxes, building personal influence, effective stakeholder management, and indirect tax compliance function design.

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General information

Location: Powerscourt Hotel

Address: Powerscourt Co. Dublin, A98 DR12, Ireland

If you are unable to attend, please inform your KPMG host as soon as possible. For security reasons, please also email us directly no later than Friday 3 February 2023, after this date fee charges will apply.

The nearest airport for Powerscourt Hotel is Dublin:

  1. Dublin Airport, is approximately 35 kilometers (21.7miles) away from Powerscourt Hotel. Travel time is approximately 45 minutes, and a taxi should cost approximately EUR 100.00.
  2. Aircoach is Ireland's leading 24-hour private bus and coach operator and provides a range of high frequency, quality scheduled coach services to and from Bray and Dublin Airport. The service runs every 2 hours from 06.05 to 20.05. The Aircoach service from Dublin Airport to Bray should take approximately 1 hour 15 minutes. Tickets can be booked online in advance for EUR 20.00 or purchased on the bus. A taxi can then be picked up from Bray to Powerscourt Hotel for approximately EUR 20.00 and should take approximately 15 mins.

You will need to make your own arrangements for travel to and around Powercourt Hotel.

Delegates planning to visit Ireland on business should check with an Irish Consulate about their visa requirements. Click here for a list of countries whose citizens require a visa to Ireland.

Note that this list is for guidance only. We strongly advise you to seek the advice of your preferred travel booking office or the nearest Consulate if you are uncertain about whether you need a visa.

KPMG personnel may contact International SOS in the event of an urgent medical or security situation requiring support. The ISOS Assistance Center in London is at +44-208-762-8008.

KPMG personnel should be sure to download the ISOS app onto their smart phone. To download it, visit app.internationalsos.com from your smart phone’s browser or go to your phone’s app store.

Clients and guests should coordinate any urgent medical or security situation with one of the KPMG event staff or directly with the hotel.

Casual. Jeans and sneakers are welcome.

We are pleased to accommodate any special dietary or mobility requirements. Please provide details when you register. We will use this information for the purposes of managing the event. It will not be retained by KPMG International Services Limited or any other KPMG entity.

Delegates will receive a letter of attendance via email, which the delegate can use to apply for CPE points via the specific institute.

The average temperature for Dublin in February is 5°C (41°F).

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