Hendrik Fügemann, Philip de Homont and Alexander Voegele of NERA in Frankfurt discuss a brand valuation case study involving a European parent and Latin American subsidiaries
Oliver Wehnert of Ernst & Young says taxpayers in Germany must have robust policies concerning transfer pricing of intangibles if they do not want to suffer adjustments and risk double taxation
India’s tax authorities should issue some guidance to deal with the transfer pricing of marketing intangibles, believe Rohan Phatarphekar and A Pradeep of KPMG
Multinational taxpayers can avoid risk in IP transactions in Russia if they are vetted in advance for their legal, tax and even customs implications, believe Fedor Blinov, Alexey Korabelnikov and Igor Nevzorov of Ernst & Young
Danny Beeton, Murray Clayson and Helen Gilbey of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London outline key features of IP-related transfer pricing legislation, disputes and practice in the UK and forecast that the tax authorities will only get more aggressive about intangible assets.
Developing transfer pricing policies for IP migration requires a patient, diligent and thorough approach, believe Keith Reams, Mark Nehoray and Emily Dickert of Deloitte