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How the fast changing environment of transfer pricing is impacting taxpayers


International Tax Review and TPWeek’s 13th Annual Global Transfer Pricing Forum will be held on September 18 and 19 at the Crowne Plaza in Times Square, New York, in association with Deloitte.

Pascal Saint-Amans will give a keynote speech to open the conference, during which the head of the OECD’s centre for tax policy and administration will discuss the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project, along with developments in the project on intangible assets.

Other topics up for discussion include supply chain restructuring; lessons from APA programmes around the world; separate focuses on the financial services, pharmaceuticals and technology, media and telecoms industries; integrating transfer pricing with the wider tax department (including indirect tax, IT systems and working with company directors); and transfer pricing controversy issues.

The panels will all focus on practical, rather than theoretical, perspectives and will include experienced taxpayers discussing their particular issues and how they overcame them.

The event will also run its ever-popular Ask the Authorities panel, which will allow delegates to pose anonymous technical questions to representatives from a number of national revenue authorities and gain an insight into how these countries would approach particular issues.

Only a limited number of delegates will be able to attend this year’s event due to space restrictions, so put the date in your diary now and contact Marina Fabri, for more information about how you can reserve your place. Or click here for the event page.

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