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New York TP Forum tackles key transfer pricing issues

New York BEPS Forum

Multinationals are struggling to deal with BEPS, country-by-country reporting, and issues surrounding their reputations in light of the European Commission’s $14.5 billion ruling against Apple.

The 16th annual ITR Global Transfer Pricing Forum will provide insight, analysis, and advice from a distinguished group of keynote speakers and panelists. Multinationals are struggling to comply with BEPS, country-by-country reporting, and issues surrounding their reputations in light of the European Commission’s $14.5 billion ruling against Apple. 

Discussions will revolve around BEPS documentation strategy and technology responses to BEPS; financial services; PE, supply chain and allocation of risk; an update on dispute resolution; and IP planning and profit split strategies.

Among the celebrated keynote speakers, Edward Kleinbard, professor of law at the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, will be a featured on September 22. Professor Kleinbard is also an author and Fellow at the Century Foundation.  

Stephen Moore, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Project for Economic Growth, The Heritage Foundation, also joins the Forum as a keynote speaker on Day 1. Moore is an economic writer, policy analyst and adviser to Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump.

John Hughes, an IRS (Transfer Pricing Operations) Senior International Adviser, will also be addressing the Forum as the keynote speaker at the start of Day Two. 

Alan Krueger is an American economist and Bendheim Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University. He was chairman of President Barack Obama's Council of Economic Advisers and is an adviser to Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Dozens of other panellists and speakers will be featured, including Todd Wolosoff, Global Managing Partner - Transfer pricing, Deloitte; Bradley Shumaker, Tax Counsel, Transfer Pricing, Zimmer Biomet ; Ognian Stoichkov, Director, Transfer Pricing, PepsiCo.; William Morris, Director - Global Tax Policy, GE; and Eduardo Goldszal , Finance Senior Director, NCR Corporation.

In-house counsel, private practice and advisers will have an opportunity to discuss the issues in New York on September 22 & 23. The 16th annual ITR Global Transfer Pricing Forum is being held at the Ritz-Carlton, Battery Park.

An overview of the conference and registration can be found here  .

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