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IRS, World Bank and top multinational taxpayers to discuss BEPS and related issues in global transfer pricing forum

TPWeek and International Tax Review’s 14th Global Transfer Pricing Forum will be held on September 22 and 23 at the Park Hyatt hotel in Washington, DC.

Keynote speakers include Sam Maruca, director of the IRS Office of Transfer Pricing Operations, and Randall Fox, transfer pricing and APA specialist at the World Bank.

Delegates will also hear from Robert Stack, IRS deputy assistant secretary for international tax and various heads of tax from multinational corporations.

This year’s event will be sponsored by Deloitte and will feature the firm’s top transfer pricing professionals on each panel discussing topics including:

  • A general update on BEPS;

  • BEPS and country-by-country reporting;

  • The profit split method;

  • Supply chain restructuring and intangible planning;

  • Dispute resolution; and

  • Two industry-specific break-out sessions per day.

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.

To secure your delegate pass for this year’s forum please contact

To inquire about sponsorship opportunities please contact

To inquire about speaking opportunities from an in-house perspective, and for any other inquiries, please contact the TP Week managing editor,

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