Transfer Pricing Breakfast Seminar
Keeping up with the trends: Results from our 2013 Global TP Survey
Transfer pricing implications of the Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting
Thursday, 12 December 2013
Registration/ Breakfast will start
The 2013 Global Transfer Pricing Survey
Every two years EY surveys multinational companies about their experience with transfer pricing and their expected transfer pricing practices in the future. The survey is a useful reference for companies with intercompany transactions in order to understand how other companies are approaching their transfer pricing. The 2013 edition of the survey was published recently and we will present a summary of the key findings from the survey.
Transfer pricing implications of the base erosion profit sharing (BEPS) action plan
In recognition that international tax rules have not kept pace with the realities of multinational business, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) began a BEPS project. The BEPS project, driven by governments of key OECD member countries, issued an Action Plan on BEPS in July 2013.
The Action Plan covers 15 target areas, some of which will have specific transfer pricing implications. We will explain these implications and how taxpayers should prepare to address potential changes to local transfer pricing rules that may result from the BEPS Action Plan.
Members from Ernst & Young Solutions LLP’s dedicated transfer pricing team including:
- Henry Syrett, Partner, Transfer Pricing and Tax Effective Supply Chain Management
- Senaka Senanayake, Director, Transfer Pricing and Tax Effective Supply Chain Management
Both Henry and Senaka have extensive experience in providing international tax and transfer pricing advice to multinational companies in the Asia-Pacific, covering transfer pricing risk management, controversy, documentation and post implementation reviews and tax effective supply chain management planning.
Senaka is one of our regular speakers. He will present the first part of the seminar on the findings of the 2013 Global Transfer Pricing Survey.
- Clients, alumni and SIATP: S$75 per person
- Public: S$90 per person
Includes GST, breakfast and seminar materials
Cherie SY Chan
Tel: +65 6309 8297
Ernst & Young Solutions LLP reserves the right to cancel the seminar or amend the schedule, venue and speaker(s) due to circumstances beyond our control. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. We regret that we cannot give fee refunds, but changes in the personnel attending can be accommodated.