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The Global Shift to Indirect Taxation: Is your organization up to speed? The global financial crisis has left many legacies. The shift from direct to indirect taxation is one of them. Governments worldwide are turning to indirect taxes to gain more sustainable, real-time tax revenue sources. Businesses are innovating and entering new markets, and concerns about indirect tax risk are rising. Tax policies and collection methods need to keep pace. Businesses and taxpayers are struggling to catch up. KPMG Benchmarking studies show that in the majority of global businesses, VAT/GST functions are under-resourced and under-managed. Opportunities to improve the bottom line are being missed. In an ever more challenging and globalized world, businesses need a trusted adviser who can cut through complexity – helping you implement, manage and comply across your operations worldwide. KPMG’s Global Indirect Tax Services, this is our business. Global insight matched with local knowledge. Talk to me or one of our 1600 Indirect Tax Services professionals kpmg.com/indirecttax/meet-the-team

Niall Campbell KPMG Global Head of Indirect Tax Services

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