11 & 12 June 2019
Thompson Toronto Hotel,
Meet 100 SENIOR INTERNATIONAL TAX AND TRANSFER PRICING PROFESSIONALS
Bringing together the leading experts shaping the transfer pricing landscape in the region.
What's in store for this year?
The latest TP cases, from industry, judicial and legal perspectives
Recent transfer pricing cases in the Canadian courts have gained worldwide recognition. Expect to gain a 360 perspective on transfer pricing controversy and dispute resolution, including legal perspectives on Cameco, along with how the courts are dealing with transfer pricing cases, and best practice and guidance from in-house transfer pricing leaders at the forefront of it all.
The global digital agenda - where are we now?
The tax challenges arising from digitialisation is on the top of the agenda for the OECD, European Commission and many tax administrations worldwide, with many OECD members wanting to reach an agreed approach to taxing the digital economy by 2020. This session will explore the latest trends, challenges and opportunities in the digital space from the perspective of the in-house tax professional.
The latest thinking on financial transactions
Financial transactions have been in the spotlight in recent years, which has been heightened with the OECD's release of its discussion draft in June 2018, with further details expected later this year. This panel session will explore the industries initial reaction to the first OECD discussion draft and put forward recommendations as to how best move forward.
Bridging the gap between OECD and Canadian guidelines
The Canadian Revenue Agency is widely perceived as one of the more active tax administrations globally, with increasing audit activity in recent years. A running theme to be explored throughout TP Minds Canada will be the convergence and divergence between OECD, Canadian and U.S. transfer pricing rules.
How is the in-house transfer pricing function evolving?
Tax functions are increasingly having to deal with an increasing work load with limited resources. This session will bring together leading industry experts to explore the role of technology in the modern day in-house tax function, the insourcing vs outsourcing debate, and the attributes required for a Head of Tax and Transfer Pricing in the current climate.
Transfer pricing risk, governance & compliance
The transfer pricing risk landscape had never been so complex. This session will bring together leading industry experts who will give practical advice on how to effectively manage those risks, including managing key relationships, such as internal and external stakeholders, along with tax authorities, and effective corporate reputation management.