Tim Sarson


KPMG in the UK

Tim is a specialist in the implementation of tax-efficient business models by multinational companies (Value Chain Management – ‘VCM’).

He has 17 years’ experience as an international corporate tax specialist in “big-4” firms as well as in industry, where he was the group tax and treasury manager for an operational consulting practice. He is currently the value chain representative on KPMG’s steering group on the OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (“BEPS”) project and an expert on the newly introduced diverted profits tax. He has also authored a number of articles on supply chain-related topics in industry journals including Supply Management and Bureau of National Affairs, and lectures regularly at Cranfield School of Management as part of a partnership between the university and KPMG.

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