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BEPS: The ITR Global Transfer Pricing Forum in New York

New York Forum

BEPS is transforming multinationals and the 16th annual ITR Global Transfer Pricing Forum in New York will examine varying tax authority approaches, pitfalls for taxpayers and OECD updates.

Almost a year after the final guidelines were released, BEPS is changing the strategy of multinationals. Staff levels have increased and training has improved. It is becoming more common to find management, sales and marketing staff trained on tax and transfer pricing legislation so they can identify the potential risks businesses face.

MNEs are reforming to be BEPS-compliant while minimising tax and transfer pricing risks worldwide. 

In-house counsel, private practice and advisers will have an opportunity to discuss the issues in New York on September 22 & 23. The 16th annual ITR Global Transfer Pricing Forum, held at the Ritz Carlton, will examine varying tax authority approaches; pitfalls for taxpayers; and OECD updates on further transfer pricing work.

Discussions will revolve around BEPS documentation strategy and technology responses to BEPS; financial services; PE, supply chain and allocation of risk; an update on dispute resolution; and IP planning and profit split strategies.

An overview of the conference and registration can be found here.

Dozens of speakers will be featured, including Todd Wolosoff, Global Managing Partner - Transfer pricing, Deloitte; Bradley Shumaker , Tax Counsel, Transfer Pricing, Zimmer Biomet; Ognian Stoichkov, Director, Transfer Pricing, PepsiCo.; William Morris, Director - Global Tax Policy, GE; and  Eduardo Goldszal , Finance Senior Director, NCR Corporation. 

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