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TP Minds West Coast
December 6 - 7, 2022
InterContinental Hotel San FranciscoCalifornia, USA

December 6 - 7, 2022
InterContinental Hotel San Francisco,
California, USA

WELCOME BACK TO SAN FRANCISCO!

Bringing together West Coast Transfer Pricing leaders reshaping the international tax landscape

Gain insights from 150+ delegates including corporations, tax administration and leading advisors.

Join us for two days of peer to peer exchange and the latest insights into the policy and technical developments challenging in-house professionals at this leading transfer pricing forum.

2022 Agenda Highlights Include:

How will the New Inflation Reduction Act Impact TP in the USA?

The US administration has recently introduced defining changes to US tax policy, not least with the introduction of the Inflation Reduction act 2022,  which could bring multinationals under increased scrutiny. This session provides the latest insights on how to keep up with the ever-changing local and global policy environment, analyse how the Act might or not be compatible with the global minimum tax,  and discuss innovative approaches to how  multinationals are navigating the current US tax environment and reforms.

Pillars, Pricing, and Planning in the BEPS 2.0 World

Understand the evolving OECD Framework on BEPS, and its focus on the transparent tax environment. Keep up with the latest developments on Pillar One and Pillar Two, and what the continued impact of BEPS 2.0 will be on multinationals across the globe. What does this mean for the future of transfer pricing? What are the implications for intragroup trading? What is the current U.S. position? How will the challenges arising from the taxation of the digital economy impact MNEs?


Managing Global TP Controversies: Lessons from Recent U.S. Cases

Many tax professionals are expecting the number of transfer pricing disputes to rise, as US authorities have been instructed to conduct tighter audits. Understand the existing controversy landscape in the USA, discover the most recent international cases making an impact, and get practical tips and guidance when resolving transfer pricing disputes. 

 

TP and Global Mobility: Challenges of Cross Border and Remote Working

Remote working is now the norm, as much as a necessity, for multinational groups in the competition for global talent. However, a globally dispersed team presents many challenges for international tax and TP professionals. In this industry panel session, we will discuss how to manage an increasingly global and fragmented workforce from a Transfer Pricing perspective. Listen from leading tax professionals from a diverse range of industry sectors on the challenges they are currently facing and pick-up best practice advice of how to successfully overcome these.   

Challenges and Best Practices of Operational TP

Having the right TP model is only half the story. Ensuring the policy is and has been implemented correctly is often the more significant challenge to overcome. The effective tax rate is usually dependent on the outcomes of the transfer pricing policy being implemented across the business, but this is usually a process that the tax team cannot control – but is a key stakeholder. Data and technology are seen as the key to fixing Operational Transfer Pricing, but is tax technology the answer? This panel promises to give practical answers to your OTP issues. 


Audits and Agreements with Tax Authorities

Day 2 of TP Mind West Coast will focus on a variety of topics impacting audits and agreements with tax authorities. Get the inside scoop during the keynote address from the IRS, and  practical discussions on APAs & the Search for Certainty, Intangibles Planning in an Ambiguous World and Practical Agreements to Avoid and Intercompany Agreement Disaster.

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL CREDITS (CPE)

Continuing Professional Credits (CPE) will be provided 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.

Who will you meet?

Attendees including In-House Tax Professionals, Specialist Advisors and Tax Administrations

150+

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

40+

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

14+

sessions over two days, including technical presentations, panel discussions and case studies

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