The conversion to international financial reporting standards (IFRS) is anticipated by many global companies, and many have already implemented, or are in the process of implementing, the new standards for statutory purposes. As companies continue to adopt the new principles, their tax departments and transfer pricing practitioners will be expected to maintain seamless continuity in demonstrating that intercompany transactions are priced in accordance with the arm’s-length principle (or are priced as if the transactions had taken place between third parties). For many companies, this has started to cause transfer pricing concerns. Kristine Riisberg, Deborah Keisner, and Todd Wolosoff, of Deloitte Tax, New York, explain why.
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