As companies expand globally, their global tax and treasury strategies need to become more integrated, flexible, and sustainable.
Our dedicated Global Strategies Group (GSG) has the knowledge and experience to explore ways to help you take your global tax and treasury strategy to the next level. We can help you formulate, implement, and monitor a new approach that aligns your global tax and treasury strategies with your business objectives.
Using Deloitte Tax’s Global ST2EPS methodology and other tools, we efficiently manage each engagement from the assessment through the execution phase. Global ST2EPS stands for a Sustainable global tax planning focused on achieving integrated goals, for both Tax and Treasury purposes that will ultimately benefit your company’s bottom line. We use this approach to explore, organize, address, prioritize, and measure multi-year tax and treasury planning opportunities that are tailored to the different fact patterns of a U.S.-based corporation like yours.
Unlike traditional “tax planning”, the fundamental value of Global ST2EPS stems from our global approach to analyzing and helping clients fine-tune the world-wide tax rate and global cash-flow of a multinational corporation in alignment with the company’s global business strategy – all with an eye toward managing tax risks. Such a process, which includes analyzing the impact of any tax planning idea on global tax liability, is critical for companies that want to manage effective global tax and treasury strategies.
Employing the Global ST2EPS methodology, we can help you develop, implement, and monitor a high quality global tax and treasury strategy that fits your organization and culture and focuses on generating required value both in the short term and over time.
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