Webinar: Financial transactions transfer pricing in Luxembourg: a global perspective
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Webinar: Financial transactions transfer pricing in Luxembourg: a global perspective

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Join ITR and Deloitte Luxembourg at 4pm CET (3pm GMT, 10am EST) on November 9 2023 to hear about strategies to effectively manage transfer pricing controversy, and the latest market developments in the area of financial transactions transfer pricing.

Financial transactions transfer pricing (FTTP) has become a critical aspect of multinational enterprises' success in today's globalised business landscape. Join this free webinar to understand how to address the issue, based on expert analysis of the latest developments from the perspective of the international business hub of Luxembourg.

The webinar will cover the following key themes:

  • How to effectively manage transfer pricing (TP) controversy – hear about the strategies that could help to navigate TP controversies and understand the common pitfalls and best practices;

  • The latest TP controversy developments in Luxembourg – gain insights into intra-group financing, the evolution of requests from the Luxembourg tax authorities, and recent case law;

  • Managing the FTTP life cycle – how to address the complexities of FTTP governance, including TP policies, terms and conditions of financing arrangements, interaction with IT systems, the impact of interest rate hikes, connection with debt restructurings; and

  • Controversy-ready TP documentation – understand how proper substance, governance, and monitoring, along with comprehensive documentation, can make controversy management easier.

Understanding the latest trends and challenges in Luxembourg’s TP landscape could help your organisation to maintain compliance with a myriad of regulations and requirements, while the strategies discussed are designed to help with the effective management of FTTP. From debt pricing to dispute resolution, these techniques are intended to enhance your organisation’s financial efficiency.

The webinar will feature insights from the following experts at Deloitte Luxembourg, ITR’s Transfer Pricing Firm of the year in Luxembourg: Xavier Sotillos Jaime, partner and ITR World TP – Highly Regarded Practitioner; Iva Gyurova, transfer pricing director; and Karolina Ibranyi-Matkovits, transfer pricing manager. Throughout the session, there will be the opportunity to submit questions for a Q&A to be held at the end.

Sign up now and help to empower your organisation with the knowledge needed to navigate the intricacies of FTTP in Luxembourg and beyond, ensuring your business thrives in the international market.

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