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Invitation to transfer pricing course

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TP Week would like to announce the following course that may be of interest to you or your colleagues

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Advanced Transfer Pricing Course by Deloitte

Organisers: International Management Forum

Start dates: May 15, June 19, July 17, August 21 and September 18, 2008

For more information see www2.imf-online.com/uk/itr/

This advanced distance learning course by Deloitte is vital for all those multinational companies that wish to be up-to-date on the latest developments in international transfer pricing. Use it to build up an efficient and operational transfer pricing policy.

The course consists of nine lessons, each of which will require approximately four hours of self study.

Course description

1: Introduction to Transfer Pricing

  • The OECD TP Guidelines

  • Factors determining comparability

  • Introduction to TP methods

2: Transfer Pricing Methods

  • Arm’s Length Principle

  • OECD TP Methods

  • Traditional Transaction Methods

  • Transactional Profit Methods

  • Practical Application of a Financial Analysis (INMM)

  • Reference Materials

3: Intra Group Services

  • OECD Guidelines on intra-group services

  • General observations for Headquarters Services





4: IP Intangibles

  • Arm’s length pricing

  • Recent developments

  • Case studies

5: Cost Contributions Agreements

  • OECD TP Guidelines on Cost Contribution Agreements

  • Buy-In and Buy-Out Payments

  • Country specific previews

  • Reference Materials



6: Transfer Pricing Disputes

  • Advance Pricing Agreements (APA)

  • Mutual Agreement Procedures

  • EU Arbitration Convention

  • Reference Materials

7: Documentation Requirements

  • TP documentation requirements

  • EU-wide TP Documentation



8: Supply Chain Conversion

  • Supply Chain Strategies

  • Restructuring - case study



9: Country Surveys

  • Brazil

  • Germany

  • India

  • Poland

  • Switzerland


Regards,

Tanja Hoeben MA

Project Manager TP

International Management Forum

t.hoeben@imf-online.com
Ph: +31 402460220

Fax: +31 40 246 00 17 

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