The 14th annual International Tax Review and TPWeek Global Transfer Pricing Forum took place at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Washington DC on September 22 and 23, in association with Deloitte.
This year’s special focus included the G20 and OECD base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project as well as the impact on multinational taxpayers of the possible introduction of country-by-country (CbC) reporting, and the transfer pricing compliance burden this will place on them. Panel debates featured speakers from US Department of Treasury, Fiat, Nissan, Hewlett Packard, PepsiCo, Merck Group, and many more as well as top transfer pricing advisers.
Delegates heard how best to cope with the compliance burden of CbC reporting, along with how to combat new audit approaches from government. In addition, industry-specific break-out panels allowed for a more targeted approach to transfer pricing planning.
You can navigate the event pages to view the delegate list, speaker biographies and photos so you can get a sense of the scale of the forum and confirm your attendance at next year's forum.
Why tax inversions have been so prevalent in the life sciences industry
Unanswered questions on the digital economy drive scepticism over OECD's BEPS progress
Bob Stack reiterates arm's-length standard and supports need for CbCR
US Treasury official speaks out against patent boxes