How recent developments potentially impact cross-border tax controversy procedures and processes

This webcast discusses recent guidance published by the OECD on bilateral and multilateral mutual agreement procedures (MAPs) and Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs), and the revised BEPS Action 14 peer review process.

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This session forms part of “Cross-border controversy: searching for certainty and routes to resolution,” a series of global webcasts addressing various cross-border controversy topics and featuring insights from EY professionals around the globe.

During this 60-minute webcast, representatives from jurisdictions around the world will share emerging trends in cross-border controversy; and discuss the OECD’s recently published Bilateral APA Manual (BAPAM), Manual on the Handling of Multinational MAPs and APAs (MoMA), and the revised BEPS Action 14 review process.

Topics discussed during this webcast include:

  • Latest controversy trends

  • Different approaches included in the OECD MoMA


  • Action 14 Peer review process

  • MAP and APA statistics


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