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17th annual Global Transfer Pricing Forum - New York 2017


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The Global Transfer Pricing Forum is returning for its 17th year to New York on 8 & 9 May. The event draws on International Tax Review and TP Week’s 27 year editorial history, providing tax and transfer pricing professionals with objective and critical insights into the TP landscape.

The current transfer pricing environment is rapidly changing, accelerated by the OECD’s BEPS initiative. However, even with the publication of the latest BEPS guidelines in October 2015, taxpayers still face high levels of uncertainty in trying to mitigate risk from the implementation of new regulations and gauge tax authority response to proposed changes. The role of technology in managing TP obligations is also a trend that taxpayers are seeking to implement in order to control and streamline their working processes.

These issues and more will be discussed in Q&A style panels, drawing on contributions from the delegation to directly address what the audience want to know with the aim of facilitating free and transparent debate. As such, over 200 taxpayers and transfer pricing professionals attend the Forum to openly share their experiences.

Attendees are also welcome to join the cocktail reception at the end of day one, giving delegates and speakers alike the chance to network informally.


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