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The shift toward risk management: 2013 global transfer pricing survey

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The 2013 global transfer pricing survey reveals companies are placing a higher priority on managing risk associated with transfer pricing compared to the past, reflecting a need to adjust to more and new sources of controversy around the world. By identifying trends and anticipating changes in policy, legislation and enforcement, business can plan for adverse impacts, take proactive steps to adapt to changes and even engage with policymakers.

During this webcast, we will discuss several sources of risk that may be contributing to the new environment including:

  • The view from tax authorities that transfer pricing is a "high risk" tax issue worthy of closer examination
  • Rising concern of transfer pricing challenges in rapid growth markets
  • Increasing focus on international taxation generally

Based on an industry benchmark for the essential functions of cross-border commerce for nearly 20 years, our survey webcast will help you prepare for these ongoing changes.

 

Panelists

John Hobster

Ernst & Young LLP (UK)

John Hobster is the Head of Global Accounts for Transfer Pricing and Tax Effective Supply Chain Management. He has more than 12 years of experience providing strategic transfer pricing advisory services to major multinational companies, and is a co-author with Thomas Borstell of the EY 2013 global transfer pricing survey report.

Craig Viard

Ernst & Young LLP (US)

Craig Viard is a Senior Manager in Transfer Pricing, with more than 10 years of experience in providing strategic transfer pricing advisory services to major multinational companies. He has been instrumental in helping to develop the survey report.

Moderator

Thomas Borstell

Ernst & Young GmbH, Global Director, Transfer Pricing

Thomas Borstell is the co-author, with John Hobster, of the EY 2013 global transfer pricing survey.