Invitation Webcast: US Tax Reform and Impact on Companies Investing in the US

Wednesday, January 18, 1:00 pm.- 2:00 pm ET

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Whatever your resolutions, the start of a new year offers opportunities for new beginnings and improvements. As you look at 2017 and what’s ahead for your business, PwC’s Doing business in the United States can help guide you through the US tax system as you invest or expand your investments in the United States.

Wondering what’s the outlook for the US tax system this year? Join PwC for a closer look at tax reform and other tax policy issues specific to global companies investing in the United States.

Wednesday, January 18, 1:00 pm.- 2:00 pm ET


  • How is the US tax system unique?
  • What is the process of transforming tax reform into US law?
  • What are the option for tax reform and how do they compare and contrast (Camp plan, Trump proposal, Republican Blueprint)
  • What are the consequences for US inbound companies, from interest
    educibility, treatment of intangibles, state taxes, and border adjustability?


  • Chris Kong, US Inbound Tax Leader
  • Peter Merrill, US National Economics and Statistics Principal
  • Pam Olson, US Deputy Tax Leader & Washington National Tax Services Leader
  • Oren Penn, US Inbound Tax and International Tax Services, Principal

For further details please refer to our registration page.

US Swiss Webcast – Doing business in the United States

Doing business in the United States has always presented unique opportunities and challenges for Swiss companies. The investment, financing and tax environment is an important field and several US tax developments will impact Swiss companies doing business in the US.

Get access to the recording of this webcast through the link below.  Join an insightful discussion on the current US issues facing you and your peers — tax directors, CFOs and investors of Swiss companies doing business and investing in the US via US operation and subsidiaries.

Title: US Swiss Webcast – Doing business in the United States
Date:  6 July 2016
Time:  11:00 Eastern/ 17:00 CET – 60 minutes

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These and other questions will be addressed during our webcast, which we cordially invite you view:

  • US competitiveness in a global economy
    What do foreign investor,CFOs, tax directors of US inbound companies have to say?
  • Section 385 proposed regulations
    On April 4, 2016, the Internal Revenue Service and US Treasury Department proposed regulations under Section 385 targeting related party funding transactions. Their implication is so broad, that many routine corporate treasury activities could have profound impact on how US inbound companies deploy and manage cash. The proposed rules do not only impact US groups but also US inbound companies. Do you know how you could be impacted?
  • US double tax treaty update
    What protection does the double tax treaty give Swiss companies investing in the US? In the light of the international developments on OECD and EU level, what changes are to be expected considering the new draft of the US model tax treaty?
  • US federal and state audit issues
    Treaties may not protect you against US state taxes; what other trends do you need to know about?
  • US tax reform: To be or not to be?
    With the presidential campaign ongoing, how realistic is a US tax reform considering the candidates and political environment. Many voices call for a US tax reform but what are the chances for success? How would a US tax reform impact foreign companies operating in the US?

We look forward to welcoming you online.

To access the webcast (via PC or Mobile device) – click on the following link to open the recording of the webcast:

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Complete the required registration fields and select “Submit”. The webcast will open to enable you to view the recording of the presentation.

Audio for this webcast will be heard through your computer speakers.  If you have problems hearing audio, please get in touch with Marcus Lier.

Speakers of this webcast

Céline C. Jundt
Swiss Tax Desk New York
+1 646 471 61 38

Oren Penn, Principal
Washington National Tax