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TP Minds Canada
Returning in 2024

Returning in 2024

The leading forum for transfer pricing professionals shaping the landscape in Canada

Reduce the costs associated with non-compliance and double taxation, explore best practice strategies, improve efficiency in your TP planning.

Engage with tax authorities in ask me anything sessions, participate in interactive roundtable discussions, exciting debates, panel discussions, network with top transfer pricing minds and much more.

Thank you to all those who attended this year!

If you would like to be kept up to date with the latest tax events, you can register your interest by downloading the 2023 brochure here.


Understanding Tax Administrations’ Positions on Current TP Developments

Our 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 the region. You will also get the chance to pose your burning questions to the panel - not to be missed!

Tax Efficient Supply Chain Planning and Impact on TP

Economic headwinds are changing stronger than expected, hence the dynamics of supply chains is changing across the globe.  

From a TP perspective, there are noticeable impacts such as the re-negotiation of internal CUPs which potentially affected controlled transactions or workforce displacement. But there are also subtle impacts that can create a ripple effect if not acknowledged. This panel will discuss what changes have been made to their supply chains and the impact that these changes have had on their TP policies.

US Transfer Pricing: What to Know

Many Canadian and US businesses have many cross-border tax implications currently affected by changes from both tax administrations. 

This session will offer an in-depth look at the challenges that face Canadian businesses with US businesses and vice versa, answering your questions on APAs, IP, intangibles, audits, litigation, and more.

Recent TP Controversy and Case Studies

The transfer pricing controversy landscape shows no sign of slowing down, with many cases having received worldwide attention in the past year. 

This session will explore the current controversy landscape in Canada in a post-BEPS world, and offer advice and best practice when resolving transfer pricing disputes.

The Rise of Sustainability & ESG in Taxation & the TP Function

A diverse range of key stakeholders will come together to cast light on how the tax and TP function can advance the global sustainability & ESG agenda, which is fast becoming an important issue for MNEs. Panelists will look at this topic in the round and from multiple angles, focusing on three main areas: Taxpayer responsibility, transparency, and sustainability reporting; Environmental taxation and the green agenda

Current Landscape in Intercompany Financing and Intercompany Services

Regulatory changes in recent years and increased scrutiny by authorities are continuing to impact TP analysis of intercompany transactions. This panel discussion will deep dive into tax authority attitudes toward the interpretation and application of the guidelines and analyze their practical impact on funding structures for treasury functions and investment managers.

Who will you meet?

Attendees include in-house tax professionals, Specialist Advisors and Tax Administrations


Attendees including in-house tax professionals, specialist advisors and tax authorities


Speakers including policy makers, in-house TP experts and leading advisors


CPE accredited points delivered in a range of engaging formats


Earn Continuing Professional Credits (CPE) in accordance with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.

All credits will be provided following the conclusion of the conference.


Align yourself with experts in the field from leading firms at the largest global summit series on transfer pricing and international tax issues.