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How are the international organizations and Tax Administrations addressing transfer pricing and the evolving international tax landscape, including BEPS and other developments, and where do they expect them to develop in the future
One of the most talked about political shake-ups of 2018, US Tax reform under President Donald Trump has far reaching implications for businesses operating globally. This session will explore:
This insightful session will explore the two foremost disruptive forces in today's world - Digital Economy and the Trade War, how it disrupts tax and transfer pricing and yet paradoxically, may portend an alternative future to the conventional US vs China conflict narrative, where both digital leaders align to preserve the fabric of global international tax consensus against unilateral action and interim digital measures that threatens to tear it apart.
Industry speakers share their practical experiences with Country by Country Reporting, compared with their initial expectations.
Multinational companies spend significant time and effort designing transfer pricing policies that meet strategic objectives and regulatory requirements. However, when the implementation of these policies falls short, companies are exposed to misstated financial statements, increased tax liabilities, and penalties. Effective integration of transfer pricing policies with accounting and operations can provide significant benefits in terms of efficiency, risk mitigation, and accounting integrity. This session will examine:
Transfer Pricing practitioners have been doing more with less for quite some time now. The advent of BEPS and Tax Reform has created the need to gather, analyze and understand various data points across an organization, greatly impacting existing taxpayer processes. As increasing transfer pricing reporting requirements impact the need to collaborate with different internal teams, “doing more with less” not only impacts the transfer pricing function, it creates an environment which provides greater strategic value to the organization. Given this, teams are utilizing this opportunity to address efficiencies and scalability within their current processes. In this session we will explore the evolutionary shift of embracing new methods within existing processes including new technologies and collaborating more effectively with internal or external teams.