13 -15 July 2020|Online Virtual Conference,(Network the Entire Month of July)
The world's largest gathering of Transfer Pricing minds is now virtual
Featuring in-house TP leaders, top specialist advisers and the leading policy makers reshaping the International Tax landscape for the 21st Century
The leading transfer pricing event for exclusive case studies, interviews, panel discussions, Oxford-style debates, workshops & the best virtual networking opportunities in the industry powered by AI
Industry Speakers Already Confirmed for 2020 Include:
TP Minds International 2020 Will Cover These & Many Other Essential Topics
Pillar 1 Impact on Transfer Pricing
This industry panel will address the foreseeable impact for corporations of the continued efforts by the OECD to address the tax challenges of digitalisation through the “Unified Approach” as set out in its Programme of Work. Areas under examination include: the allocation of taxing rights between jurisdictions and nexus; permanent establishment notions and the applicability of the arm’s length principle. Panellists will consider the impact of these proposals on transfer pricing operations and map out what the future of corporate TP under pillar 1 might entail.
Global Anti-Base Erosion Proposals Under Pillar 2
Industry panellists will discuss the impact of Pillar 2, which involved the development of new global minimum tax rules, and whether this will be an effective means to prevent tax competition between countries and a race to the bottom so far as the collection of tax revenues by fiscs is concerned. What does this mean for the future of transfer pricing? What are the implications for intragroup trading? These and many other questions will be explored by our panel.
Exchange of Information – Challenges for MNEs
CbCR has brought the topic of transparency and exchange of information to the forefront of the transfer pricing world, but so much more information beyond CbCR is being exchanged and adding to the compliance burden of multinational enterprises. The panel will consider not only the impact of exchange of information pertaining to CbCR but also Rulings, Master-File, Audit requests, ICAP, joint-audits and the impact of potential information leaks and breaches of confidentiality, as well as the emergence of Mandatory Disclosure Regimes and DAC6.
Benchmarking and Valuation of Intangibles
Valuation of Intangibles pose several challenges, not least in terms of establishing comparability. In a post-BEPS world, where one-sided transfer pricing may no longer be sufficient, we expect more focus on proactively supporting the profits associated with HTVI. Panellist will examine the latest thinking on the “HTVI approach", OECD’s guidance on implementation and practical aspects of dealing with HTVI, and benchmarking among other issues.
Tax Transformation and the Future of the Tax Department
This industry panel comes together to discuss tax transformation and the digitalization of tax processes from a tax payers’ perspective. Areas under examination include: Dealing with increased burden of tax administration on tax departments; Increasing transparency and improving efficiency of tax operations; Designing and defending a successful tax technology strategy; Data issues in improving the consistency of compliance processes; Automation and streamlining of tax processes.
Handling Global Transfer Pricing Controversy
This panel will discuss strategies for successfully preventing, managing and resolving disputes in a post BEPS world and the challenges resulting from the increasing demand for transparency. Panellists will also examine BEPS Action 14 deliverables and give practical advice on how to minimise disputes with tax authorities. Several jurisdictions covered. Risks associated with EU State Aid in the present landscape and how these can be minimised, as well potential consequences for businesses globally will also be examined.
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