GMS is a guest of honor at the seminar on Swiss Corporate Tax reform and its influence on international business
On May 19th, 2019, Switzerland voted on Corporate Tax reform, which will have a far-reaching impact on the many Ukrainian and other companies doing or attending to do business in Switzerland.
In order to discuss these developments from the perspective of Ukrainian business’, The Embassy of Switzerland in Ukraine, KPMG Switzerland, and KPMG Ukraine organized a seminar on Swiss Corporate Tax reform and its influence on international business. The event was held on June 26th, 2019 in the KPMG Ukraine office in Kiev.
KPMG experts shared their insights about Switzerland as one of the most attractive locations in Europe for setting up regional and global HQs and talked about the tax reform’s consequences for Ukrainian and international enterprises that are conducting business in Switzerland or are headquartered in the country. André Guedel, Head of International HQs Cluster at KPMG Switzerland, explained what changes are to be expected from recent tax reform and what business can do to align with these changes.
Global Message Services was invited to the seminar as a guest of honor. GMS AG Chief Legal Officer Alexandra Spirig shared the company’s success story and explained why GMS chose Switzerland as a location for its HQ and how the company benefits from it:
GMS is an international company with strong expertise in messaging services. Being pioneer in A2P and P2P monetization and leader in the CIS market for more than 12 years, the company has expanded globally, with now about 900 mobile operators worldwide, 240 directly connected to GMS.