Update from Washington DC on the environment for cross-border business between New Zealand and the US
Presenters Curtis Dubay, Senior Economist in the Economic Policy Division at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Jonny Lindroos, Ernst & Young, US tax partner based in Washington, DC
Moderator - Dean Madsen, Partner, International Tax and Transaction Services, Ernst & Young Ltd
The US is beginning to reopen its economy in the wake of COVID. In addition to this, we have a new Government that sees things very differently from its predecessor, together with some very significant proposed global tax changes that the US has (belatedly) taken a lead role in supporting.
This backdrop means that the environment for cross-border business between New Zealand and the US is changing considerably. Please join us to hear from some leading experts in both markets as we summarise how this will impact you.
Key aspects covered include:
- Impact of the Biden administration and resultant change in the business environment
- G7 Global Tax reform and the Biden administration's US tax proposals
- Current economic conditions in the US
- The domestic environment in the US as this impacts exporters
- Some predictions around what the future may hold
Time: 7.30am networking and light breakfast, 8.00 am link up with Washington DC speakers for presentation to 9.00 am
Venue: EY, 2 Takutai Square, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010
Cost: in person -Members $45 inc GST, Non members $60 inc GST,
In person numbers limited to 60 attendees.
For those outside of Auckland or for those unable to attend the breakfast - online only - no cost.