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Main conference: 19 & 20 March 2019
Workshops: 18 & 21 March 2019
| Hilton Bankside, London

The world's largest gathering of Transfer Pricing minds

Featuring in-house TP leaders, top specialist advisers and the leading policy makers reshaping the International Tax landscape for the 21st Century

Exclusive case studies, on-stage interviews, panel discussions, Oxford-style debates, workshops & the best structured networking opportunities in the industry

Exclusive Content Delivered at TP Minds 2018

Keynote Session with by the OECD followed by Q&A

Pascal Saint-Amans, Director of the OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration since 2012, is globally recognised as one of the leading figures in the tax world driving the advancement of the OECD tax transparency agenda in the context of the G20 and helping redesign the global international tax landscape. Pascal will be joining us in London next year to deliver an insightful keynote session followed by and audience-led Q&A. Not to be missed!

The New Transfer Pricing Risk Paradigm

Industry speakers share their insights into where the new tax and TP risks are likely to come from and discuss potential “blind spots”. Panellists will also share their insights into how best to navigate the present international tax landscape, with specific reference to: managing international tax risks such as attribution of profits to Permanent Establishments, EU State Aid, reputational risk, and other emerging areas of concern.

TP Challenges at the Cutting Edge of the Digital Economy

Digital economy taxation remains at the centre of OECD’s BEPS action plan with further updates expected for Action 1 by early next year. Our digital economy panel will assemble in-house transfer pricing leaders at the forefront of so called digital economy industries, such as Spotify and Uber, among others, to discuss what latest policy developments will mean for their businesses and what can be done to help shape policy in this area.

Hard to Value Intangibles - Mapping Out the Challenges

Hard-to-value Intangibles (HTVI) pose several challenges, not least in terms of establishing comparability. In a post-BEPS world, where one-sided transfer pricing may no longer be sufficient, we expect more focus on proactively supporting the profits associated with HTVI. Panellist will examine the latest thinking on the HTVI approach, OECD’s guidance on implementation and practical aspects of dealing with HTVI, among other issues.

Financial Transactions & BEPS Action 4 - All You Need to Know

Enhance your understanding of intra-group financial transactions in light of OECD’s initiatives in this area and to what extent BEPS risks may arise in regulated banking and insurance groups in light of the robust compliance regimes already in place for the industry. Topics usually covered as part of this session include:  interest deductibility, the group ratio rule, hybrid debt instruments, tax treaty abuse, thin capitalization, and much more besides.

Exchange of Information - The Challenges for Industry

Country-by-Country reporting has brought the topic of transparency  and exchange of information to the forefront of the transfer pricing world. In the face of the global trend for ever greater transparency,  and with leaks of tax data regularly making headlines, how is industry responding? Our panellists analyse the key challenges posed by the transparency agenda with specific reference to: automatic exchange of information; spontaneous exchange; exchange on request and more.

TP Minds International in Numbers

Attendees from 40+ countries in 2018 making TP Minds International a truly global event
Speakers including policy makers, in-house TP experts and leading advisors
Days of essential TP training delivered in a range of engaging formats such as workshops, debates and panels


More than 400 delegates attended this year's leading independent transfer pricing forum. Among this year’s many highlights, we should the OECD's excellent contribution as well as that of so many other policy makers and tax administrations. Join us as we look back on yet another memorable staging of TP Minds International.

Venue for 2019 - Hilton Bankside, London

We're delighted to announce we will be back at the Hilton London Bankside by popular demand! This next generation, design-led Hilton Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Bankside and only a stone’s throw away from some of London’s must-visit landmarks including Tate Modern, Borough Market and The Shard.

Delegates are responsible for the arrangement and payment of their own travel and accommodation. KNect365 have arranged special rates on rooms at the conference venue. Please enquire today.

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