Ninety percent of tax and finance executives of companies headquartered in the United States anticipate already heightened tax risks to accelerate in the next two years, compared to executives with 81 percent of companies globally who anticipate increased risk, according to a new survey by Ernst & Young.

The new EY report, Bridging the Divide, finds that companies view the potential lack of coordination by national governments around the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting, or BEPS, project as a major new risk.

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