24 - 25 November 2020
Join over 120 senior international tax and transfer pricing professionals
Share insights and best practice advice on the latest TP challenges affecting the region
Australia's leading independent transfer pricing forum
Hear directly from key policy makers
Our staple policy makers panel session will explore the latest TP developments and challenges from those at the forefront of international tax policy.
Expect to hear the latest on the Digital Economy, BEPS 2.0 and more from the eyes of our esteemed panel of policy makers and tax authorities in Australia and beyond.
The latest thinking on intra-group financing
Financial transactions have been under the spotlight in recent years in Australia given the recent landmark Glencore decision in favour of the taxpayer.
This session will explore the industries reaction to the Glencore case, the ATO's lastest Practical compliance guide on the Arms Length Debt Test, and Hybrid Mismatch Rules.
The digital economy, pillar 1 & the unified approach
The tax challenges of the digital economy remains at the top of the agenda for the OECD, with a consensus hoping to be reached by the end of 2020.
TP Minds Australia will explore the recent OECD developments, including pillar 1 and the unified approach, unilateral measure in place worldwide, and the future of the arm's length principle.
Learn how tax departments are using technology to optimise efficiency
With an increasing amount of strain on in-house tax functions, businesses need to stay ahead of the curve as far as technology is concerned.
This session will explore the role of tech in today's in-house tax function, the insourcing vs outsourcing debate, and tips for designing and implementing a tax technology strategy.
Navigate the current transfer pricing controversy landscape
With recent cases attracting worldwide attention, multinationals need to be aware of the current transfer pricing controversy landscape.
TP Minds Australia will explore the current climate, and offer tips and best practice for resolving transfer pricing disputes with tax administrations worldwide.
What does the tax professional of the future look like?
One thing all businesses have in common is the constant evolution of the tax function to meet the changing way we do business.
This session will offer practical tips on staying ahead of the curve and ensuring that tax professionals, remain in demand in the future in an age of globalization, automation and AI.
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