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Free webinar: Managing global TP reporting requirements


Join our webinar on November 28 as specialists and economists share their expertise on regulatory developments and how to manage global TP documentation requirements.

Live video broadcast: November 28 2016, 16.30 GMT/17.30 CET. Click here to register.

As countries roll out new reporting requirements in the wake of the OECD’s BEPS Project, many challenges can arise for companies preparing transfer pricing documentation. Knowing the different types of documentation and what each tax authority requires is essential.

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Multinationals and small and medium-sized enterprises should join the webinar on November 28 as the panel discusses the different types of documentation, such as master files, local files, country-by-country reporting, and how to approach these.

The webinar will be hosted by TMF Group and moderated by International Tax Review and TP Week, with guest speakers from DLA Piper. They will look at selected countries including Germany, Hong Kong, the Netherlands and Spain to provide an overview of how to manage the requirements in practice.

The 60-minute session will also see the panel share information on a few key deadlines coming up in the next few months.


  •          Leila Szwarc, global head of compliance and strategic regulatory services, TMF Group.

  •          Joel Cooper, co-head of international transfer pricing, DLA Piper.

  •          Reka Orban, senior economist, DLA Piper.

Can't attend on the live event date? Watch the webinar on demand later.

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