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With a global pandemic and a constantly evolving tax landscape, tax departments are facing multiple demands which is collectively putting a strain on resources. 
Join our webinar as our panel of experts will provide deep insights into the state of the corporate tax department across Australia, New Zealand and South-East Asia markets.
Areas of discussion:

Building a business case for tax technology investment: 50% of corporate tax departments globally feel under-resourced, according to the 2021 State of Corporate Tax Department Report. Whilst technology has been cited as the most common strategy to address this issue, it can often be challenging to prove the business case for this investment. Our panel will provide insight into how tax technology has transformed their tax departments and based on their learnings, provide tips on how you can build the business case.   

Proving ROI before, during and after the implementation phase: With tighter budgets coming into 2021, the report suggests that some departments struggle to quantify the return on investment. It’s also not just the cost of the technology itself, resources need to be secured and made available for training and implementation as well. Our experts will highlight key metrics, and how to measure this during and post project completion. 

Putting it altogether: Utilising benchmarks to measure the success of a tax department is paramount, as they provide guidance, context and areas of improvement. Our experts will discuss the use of three key performance metrics: effectiveness, efficiency and engagement which were cited as the most important metrics by our survey respondents.

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Abs Osseiran
Corporate Tax Partner
Deloitte
Abs is an internationally experienced Corporate Tax Partner in Deloitte’s Business Tax Advisory practice in Australia, is the National Tax & Legal Alliances Leader, and the National Tax & Legal Consumer Sector Leader.  Abs is also a Tax Governance Partner assisting major corporates to enhance their tax governance frameworks and manage ATO governance reviews.

Abs is also the Chair of the Tax Committee of the Australian Retailers Association.

He has over 15 years’ experience providing advice on Australian and international taxation matters.  Having worked in senior roles in multinational companies in Australia and Europe, Abs is well placed to understand client needs and provide commercially sound tax technical and tax technology solutions advice.
Kimberley Simpson
Vice President Global Tax & Treasury, Cochlear Limited 
Kimberley is the Vice President Global Tax & Treasury for Cochlear Limited where she has global responsibility for all tax & treasury matters for the Group including advisory, transfer pricing, R&D tax incentive and tax and financial risk management.  Prior to joining Cochlear, Kimberley worked at KPMG advising clients on cross border and corporate tax transactions.  She has been a representative member of the ATO’s Large Business Stewardship Group and is a current member of the RDTI Roundtable and is an executive committee member of the Corporate Tax Association.  Kimberley has degrees in business and law and is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of NSW.
Regina Wong
Tax Manager - Indirect Tax,
Razer 
Regina Wong is a Tax Manager at Razer, the world’s leading lifestyle brand for gamers. She leads the Indirect Tax and Tax Technology functions within the Razer tax team, providing support to the finance, business and IT teams. She is a certified practicing accountant with 10 years of experience in corporate and indirect taxes, both in-house and in public accounting firms. Her current focus is on supporting business growth and enhancing indirect tax compliance by campaigning use of technology and business process improvement within the business.  
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