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Experienced taxpayers discuss difficult transfer pricing issues


Renowned tax and transfer pricing professionals from industry, including Caterpillar, Nissan Europe, The Dow Chemical Company, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Alstom, Lexmark International and Brown-Forman, along with officials from the OECD and the IMF, have agreed to share their industry experiences of some of the most difficult and contentious issues in transfer pricing.

The speakers are involved in International Tax Review’s upcoming Global Transfer Pricing Forum, which will be held, in association with Deloitte, at the Crowne Plaza in New York on September 18 and 19 this year.

The event will also feature keynote speeches by Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration at the OECD, discussing the transfer pricing aspects of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project, and Michael Keen of the IMF, discussing the global policy issues the organisation is working on.

Covering topics such as supply chain restructuring, BRICS and other dynamic economies, financial services and the transfer pricing issues connected to the industry, BEPS, intangibles, disputes and APAs, the conference will focus on the most recent developments and discuss what problems taxpayers are facing and how they are coping with these issues.

This will be the 13th annual Global Transfer Pricing Forum, where International Tax Review typically hosts around 250 of the world’s leading transfer pricing professionals, providing a perfect forum for problem solving and networking.

To find out more about how you can attend this year’s event, visit ITR’s event page or email

You will network with:

ADP, AGT International, Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Alstom, Anne Heffington, ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, AT Kearney, Bank of Tokyo, Belcorp - CETCO, Biogen Idec, Bloomberg, BNP Paribas, Boatlongyear, Boston Scientific, Bristol Myers Squibb Company, Brown-Forman, Cap Group, Caterpillar, Celanese, Cemex, Coach, Colombian Tax Authority, Cummins, Danaher Corporation, Dell, Delphi International Operations Luxembourg, Dow Chemical Company, Embraer Netherlands, Evonik Degussa Corporation, Evonik Industries, Expedia, ExxonMobil, Forever Living Products, FujiFilm, Gazprom Marketing & Trading, Geller & Co (Bloomberg), General Dynamics Corporation, General Motors Company, Getty Images, Glatfelter, Halliburton, Henry Schein, HermanMiller, Hewlett Packard, HP, IAC, IBM, Inforprive, Integra LifeSciences Corporation, International Monetary Fund, Itron, Johnson & Johnson, Kentaro Kofuku, Kerry, Kingdom Hotel Investments, Las Vegas Sands, Lexmark International, Maersk, MasterCard Worldwide,, McKesson, MeadWestvaco, Mendel University, Merck & Co, Mexican Tax Authority, Moody's, Mueller Water Products, Nike, Nissan Europe, Novelis, OECD, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, Progress Software, Reynolds, Rowan, Sealed Air, Shell Canada Limited, Siemens, SolarWinds, Sony Corporation of America, Statoil, Stryker, Sysco, Templewood, Terex Corporation, The Limited Brand, Thomson Reuters, Timken, Tomohiro Tatsuoka, TripAdvisor, V MANE FILS, Warnaco, Weir Group, World Fuel Services Corporation, Xylem, Yara International

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