Finance, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Tax, Operations, Information Technology
Technology has become a part of our daily lives, both personally and professionally. Although it often provides us with the ability to be more efficient by streamlining processes, keeping up with technology and the tools available does require an investment of time and resources—a challenge for anyone, and especially those working in the finance area.
At the request of a member, MAPI surveyed Tax Council members on recommendations for M&A tax counsel for major corporate transactions (mergers, spin-offs, and dispositions). Among the 13 responses received were recommendations for the following counsel:
A member company is considering going to a third party director(s) to be on the board of its Netherlands company versus using local employees. The member was interested in recommendations for firms or individuals to potentially utilize.
At the request of a member, MAPI surveyed Tax Council members on recommendations for a service provider for an internal financing organization that manages working capital accounts and also provides a means for related entities to settle intercompany accounts on a monthly basis.
Earlier this spring, MAPI conducted a survey on tax department succession planning. The survey provided the Tax Council with valuable data that Paul Yong was able to use in his presentation at the Spring Tax Council meeting.