Our approach

KPMG’s International Tax practice is part of a network of professionals who can provide meaningful advice on cross-border tax matters. We help companies manage the complexities of multiple tax systems and supranational regulation around the world.

By drawing not only on out network of tax professionals around the world, but specialists in other areas of taxation, our teams are able to provide a complete and multi-disciplined perspective to any tax challenge.

How we can support you

Our teams provide advice on cross-border tax matters and help you manage the complexities of multiple tax systems and supranational regulation. KPMG can help a business manage complex events, including:

  • Post-acquisition integration and restructuring
  • Expansion
  • Divestment
  • IPOs and public financing
  • Private finance and refinancing
  • Rationalization
  • Business change
  • Development and innovation
  • Digitization and e-business.

Connect with us today to understand how our team can support your business.

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Rodney Lawrence, Global Head of International Tax at KPMG International provides his perspective on what the most prevalent changing business models, geopolitical and digitization issues are for tax leaders.

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