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May 2019
Sydney, Australia

The World's leading independent transfer pricing series brought to you with an Australian focus

Bringing together in-house transfer pricing leaders, leading advisors and senior policy makers shaping the international tax landscape in Australia and beyond.

Our action packed agenda includes

Keynote Session: Latest Developments at OECD Level

Melinda Brown, Senior Transfer Pricing Advisor at the OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration will be joining us from Paris to deliver an insightful keynote speech on the international tax and transfer pricing landscape at OECD level. Expect to be brought up to speed on the inclusive framework on BEPS, Financial transactions, Transfer Pricing and the Digital Economy and much more. Not to be missed! 

Financing: What can we Learn from Chevron?

The Chevron decision, widely considered to be one of the most important transfer pricing decisions of 2017, has far reaching implications for multinationals operating in the region. This expert panel will deconstruct the case, and explore the impact the decision on businesses. What are the practical consequences for financial transactions in Australia? Make sure you join us and find out! 

TP Documentation: Progress and Challenges

Transfer Pricing Documentation and the increased transparency burden has been in wide discussion over the past year. This session will explore CbCR one year on, including honest industry perspectives. This session will be full of practical tips and guidance for managing the increased compliance obligations and best practice for tackling the challenges associated with Local/Master File implementation. 

Offshore Marketing Hubs: Practical Guidance

The ATO's increased activity relating to transfer pricing and centralised operating models means that taxpayers are constantly having to be aware of the risks associated with setting up and maintaining a 'hub'. This panel will explore how to effectively support an existing marketing hub given the ATO's Practical Compliance Guide, and offer guidance and best practice when structuring a hub. 

The Digital Economy: Industry Pespectives

The Digital Economy remains at the forefront of the agenda for both the OECD and the European Commission, with further guidance to be released later this year. This panel will address some of the wider issues associated with transfer pricing and the so called digital economy, including the implications that these latest policy developments will have on businesses operating in this space. 

Ask the Policy Makers: Quickfire Round

New for TP Minds - this session will give you an exclusive opportunity to pose your burning questions directly to our panel of policy makers and tax authorities. This is your chance to develop your understanding of the tax authorities' position and thinking on current transfer pricing challenges, as we bring together authorities across the region to ensure that none of your queries go unanswered. 


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