1hr virtual webinar & questions
About this Event
Join KPMG UK and Innovate UK EDGE for a webinar on tax implications for the game industry when considering international expansion.
With a range of experience in international tax, the technology industry and business growth and development, our speakers will talk you through the key considerations of international expansion, intellectual property and VAT. Please stay for a Q&A session at the end - your chance to pick the brains of our expert speakers!
- Considerations in choosing headquarters: Guernsey vs. Malta
- Managing the development, maintenance and control of intellectual property
- VAT considerations in gaming and it’s interaction with transfer pricing
About Our Speakers
Andrea Trolley - Partner at KPMG UK
Andrea hs over 15 years with extensive experience in-house and consulting through multiple jurisdictions including the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore and New Zealand, as well as working closely with key jurisdictions such as India and China, and through many different industries from Services, manufacturing, distribution, technology development and mining.
One of my key strengths is to design and implement sustainable transfer pricing methodologies in a practical and sustainable way, working to find a solution which meets both the tax and commercial requirements, whilst still managing the potential risks.
Nigel Thavasi - Senior Manager, International Tax Services at KPMG UK
Senior Manager in Tax with a demonstrated history of working in the international tax and transfer pricing consulting industry. Skilled in Business Analytics, Valuations, Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance and Data Analysis. Strong legal and accounting professional with a Ph.D. in Financial Economics from University of Washington.
Salvatore Di Maggio - National Account Lead, Life Sciences Tax at KPMG UK
Salvatore is an international tax lawyer and chartered account based in Cambridge, working with KPMG as National Account Lead Life Sciences Tax responsible for driving life sciences initiatives within the UK and Cambridge Ecosystem. He is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Cambridge, Judge Business School for their "Accelerate Program".