COVID-19 is having wide-ranging economic, business, and social impacts. Tax, trade, and other authorities around the world are responding with regulatory change, relief measures, and extensions. Interest rates have dropped to the lowest in recent memory. Insurance companies, like many other financial services companies, have to make decisions on how to best deal with this unprecedented situation.
Join other insurance tax professionals and hear from KPMG’s Tax practices as they discuss the updates, considerations, and leading practices in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Philip Jacobs, KPMG National Insurance Tax Leader, will moderate.
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