Emerging Issues: Global Transfer Pricing and Advance Pricing Agreements
Emerging Issues: Global Transfer Pricing and Advance Pricing Agreements LIVE webcast is a must attend webcast for professionals seeking to understand the fundamentals of Transfer Pricing and Advance Pricing Agreements and how it may apply to their company. Our panel of key thought leaders and practitioners will discuss the following key issues:
– Arm’s Length Principle (ALP) guiding the world.
– Some countries are changing the view of the ALP.
– Base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) and intangibles have given further guidance.
– Enforcement efforts are increasing, supported by new OECD and UN guidance.
– Companies feel an increased need for certainty.
– Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) are a non-confrontational, effective, efficient way for companies to gain the desired certainty.
Richard Sciacca, Ph.D., Director,
Deloitte Tax LLP, and,
Brian Trauman, Tax Principal,
- The arm’s length principle guides transfer pricing in much of the world.
- Countries (including India, and China) are changing the way we view the arm’s length principle.
- Focus on base erosion and profit shifting, and on intangibles more specifically, have given further guidance on the arm’s length principle.
- Enforcement efforts in developing and developed nations are increasing, and are supported by new OECD and UN guidance.
- These changes and developments have led to companies feeling an increased need for certainty.
- Advance Pricing Agreements are a non-confrontational, effective, efficient way for companies to gain the desired certainty.
Who Should Attend:
- Multi-National Corporations
– CFOs & Finance Executives
– Tax Directors
– Tax Managers
– Transfer Pricing Attorneys & CPAs
Dr. Richard Sciacca is Director and Senior Economics Advisor for Deloitte Tax’s National Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) and Competent Authority (CA) Group. Dr. Sciacca is responsible for the development and economic analysis of intercompany pricing for multinational companies in the APA and CA context. Dr. Sciacca’s numerous ongoing working relationships with APA and CA professionals are called upon in helping to design, implement, and expeditiously resolve APA and CA cases. Dr. Sciacca has been working full time on transfer pricing issues for the past 20 years, and has specialized in APAs for the past seven years. His project experience includes over 75 APAs.
Dr. Richard Sciacca is Director and Senior Economics Advisor for Deloitte Tax’s National Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) and Competent Authority …
Brian Trauman is a Tax Principal in KPMG’s Economic and Valuation Service practice, and is the National Lead for Transfer Pricing, and the National Principal-In-Charge and Deputy Global Head of KPMG’s Transfer Pricing Dispute Resolution practice. Brian helps clients manage and resolve disputes and respond to the challenges that come with transfer pricing controversies, whether related to intercompany pricing between countries or between U.S. states. He is also an adjunct professor at New York University School of Law’s Master in Tax Law program, teaching transfer pricing.
Brian Trauman is a Tax Principal in KPMG’s Economic and Valuation Service practice, and is the National Lead for Transfer …
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