Maintaining an efficient tax structure along the supply chain and associated entities helps keep multinational companies competitive in an increasingly intricate global economy. As value chains change, they can affect customs and a list of other tax-sensitive areas. Similarly, transforming end-to-end procurement can create opportunities to improve intellectual property structures, reevaluate transfer pricing policies and diversify suppliers.
As part of comprehensive value chain management and improvement process, we can assist with an overall plan to meet your global tax obligations efficiently. Some of our associated services include:
Evolving Supply Chains
Supply chain evolution, driven by changing costs, regulatory, and economic forces, is creating the need to enable quick decisions. Our team can assist in evaluating supply chain changes and related tax impacts and identifying opportunities for supply chain models to drive increase tax efficiencies.
Intellectual Property Planning
Changing intellectual property (IP) footprints and increased pressure from the OECD BEPS initiative is driving companies to reevaluate previous IP planning decisions. Our team can help evaluate current structures and identify opportunities to address risks and drive financial benefits through IP planning.
Evaluating and advising on tax considerations and opportunities generated by digital initiatives can have a potential impact on product development, manufacturing, digital innovation in the supply chain, IP structures (new or existing), expanding e-commerce or transitioning to an omnichannel model.
Assessing the tax implications of strategic procurement models and opportunities can drive additional financial benefit through procurement related functions.
What differentiates A&M Tax is our capability to team with our Corporate Performance Improvement practice to focus beyond tax and see the bigger picture when recommending operating model / supply chain efficiencies. Additionally, we help Clients by providing: