KPMG in Kazakhstan holds tax business breakfasts in Almaty, Astana, and Atyrau
In late January and early February the Tax & Legal team at KPMG in Kazakhstan and Central Asia held tax business breakfasts for local companies dedicated to major issues related to preparing a corporate income tax declaration for 2016.
The events – held on 27 January in Almaty, 30 January in Atyrau and 3 February in Astana – were hosted by Tax and Legal professionals: Senior Manager Aisulu Bulesheva, Managers Zhanat Nugmanova and Assel Nizamiyeva, and Senior Consultant Aisaule Aitkulova. At the business breakfasts KPMG experts spoke on current trends related to preparing one of the major and most complex forms of tax declarations, and answered the audience's questions.
KPMG in Kazakhstan holds business breakfasts on tax issues, business process automisation, and combatting fraud
KPMG in Kazakhstan and Central Asia continues introducing local companies to current issues related to doing business in the region, in the format of business breakfasts.
Last week the firm held four such events. The event series was opened on 15 February by our Tax & Legal colleagues Tatyana Rogachyova, Director, and Senior Managers Askhad Koshkarbayev and Tatiana Gorbacheva, who held a business breakfast in Aktobe on tax legislation changes and new regulations on attracting employees from abroad. On the following day, two business breakfasts were held in Almaty and Bishkek. In Almaty, our T&L colleagues Vyacheslav Sosnovskiy, Director, and Andrey Ippolitov, Manager, spoke to the audience on the implementation of transfer pricing legislation. In Bishkek, Management Consulting professionals Igor Khvan, Senior Consultant, and Dana Bashirova, Consultant, held a business breakfast on the automisation of business processes and consolidation.
The event series concluded with a business breakfast for Chinese companies held on 17 February. KPMG in Russia Forensic professionals KseniaRebrova, Manager, ArtemMelnikov, Senior Consultant, and Liubov Filippova, Consultant, spoke to the participants on subcontractor analysis as a means of combatting fraud, and managers' lifestyle analysis as a way of detecting their potential involvement in fraudulent schemes.