Transfer Pricing Breakfast Seminar
Introduction to transfer pricing for treasury functions
Tuesday, 24 September 2013
Registration/breakfast will start
About the seminar
Many corporations give considerable thought to their transfer pricing. The corporate treasury is often overlooked or neglected in this regard. The large majority are operated as costs centres, charging affiliates on a cost plus basis for providing what are perceived as routine services by some.
This perception is not properly aligned with the functionality of many corporate treasuries, which serve as sophisticated in-house financial institutions. Opportunity exists for many groups to adapt their transfer pricing to reflect this role, or to even expand or centralise the role of treasury. In this month’s seminar, we focus on treasury from a transfer pricing perspective.
We will share our insights and views on the following:
- Pros and cons for establishing centralised treasury centres, with examples to illustrate the common related party financial service transactions
- Benchmarking of treasury transfer pricing transactions (i.e., cash pooling, intercompany funding, financial guarantee and factoring)
- Relevance, impact and restrictions of thin capitalisation.
Members from EY’s dedicated transfer pricing team including:
- Stephen Bruce, Partner, Financial Services Tax
- Rajesh Bheemanee, Manager, International Tax Services - Transfer Pricing
Both Stephen and Rajesh have extensive experience in providing international tax and transfer pricing advice, particularly in the area of financial services, to multinational companies in the Asia-Pacific. They specialize in transfer pricing risk management, controversy, documentation and post implementation reviews, as well as tax effective supply chain management planning.
- Clients and alumni: 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.