The Bipartisan Policy Center, the Organization for International Investment (OFII), and PwC hosted an event to examine global company decision-making and U.S. competitiveness. More than 100 CFOs of global companies already investing in the United States shared their insight in PwC and OFII’s 2016 CFO Insourcing Survey. We unveiled the new survey results and discussed the future outlook with CFOs, business leaders, and policy experts.
Given U.S. subsidiaries of global companies employ 6.1 million American workers and have much at stake in America’s future economic competitiveness, their global perspectives can help policymakers address barriers to growth in the United States. Relevant issues include U.S. tax reform efforts and international trends, global slowdown concerns and its impact on the United States, America’s skilled labor shortage, the future of trade liberalization, and quality of American infrastructure.
CFO Insourcing Survey 2016
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Welcoming remarks from:
G. William Hoagland
Senior Vice President, BPC
Panel discussion featuring:
Senior Vice President of Finance and Operations, Novo Nordisk
Former Ranking Member of the House Committee on Ways and Means
President and CEO, Organization for International Investment
Leader of U.S. Inbound Tax, PwC
Business Reporter, The Washington Post