BEPS and Transfer Pricing in MNCs: Policy Considerations and Practices

BEPS and Transfer Pricing in MNCs: Policy Considerations and Practices
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BEPS and Transfer Pricing in MNCs: Policy Considerations and Practices
October 11th, 2016
The changes proposed by the OECD BEPS Action Plan in October 2015 have the potential to substantially challenge the whole tax and transfer pricing landscape for many taxpayers. More specifically, with a radical attack on preferential regimes and tax avoidance schemes and enhanced transparency through, for example, for example, Country-by-Country (“CbC”) reporting, tax authorities and other governmental units will be able to understand and where appropriate challenge how MNEs allocate their profits and taxes globally.

The changes proposed by the OECD BEPS Action Plan in October 2015 have the potential to substantially challenge the whole tax and transfer pricing landscape for many taxpayers. More specifically, with  a radical attack on preferential regimes and tax avoidance schemes and enhanced transparency through, for example, for example, Country-by-Country (“CbC”) reporting, tax authorities and other governmental units will be able to understand and where appropriate challenge how MNEs allocate their profits and taxes globally. These developments will definitely result in double taxation for many MNEs as tax authorities of each will be using BEPS initiatives to fill up their local budgets.

In the last few months we have already seen G20 countries becoming increasingly aggressive in promoting financial/tax transparency by MNEs in an aim to hinder corporate tax avoidance. A well-renowned corporation – Apple – has been challenged to pay hundreds of millions of Euro in back taxes. Top management, investors and other stakeholders have shown significant concern of the impact of these measures, with respect to legal certainty and financial and operational growth.

This webinar is an excellent opportunity for experienced tax professionals in MNEs to get a grip on highlights of latest developments of BEPS plan and to learn practical consequences of its application.

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BEPS and Transfer Pricing in MNCs: Policy Considerations and Practices
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October 11th, 2016
The changes proposed by the OECD BEPS Action Plan in October 2015 have the potential to substantially challenge the whole tax and transfer pricing landscape for many taxpayers. More specifically, with a radical attack on preferential regimes and tax avoidance schemes and enhanced transparency through, for example, for example, Country-by-Country (“CbC”) reporting, tax authorities and other governmental units will be able to understand and where appropriate challenge how MNEs allocate their profits and taxes globally.
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Transfer Pricing Associates introduces TPA BEPS Desk. If you have any questions, or need more detailed advice on any aspects of BEPS related issues, please get in touch with us. The TPA Global network has alliance partners throughout the world, and the network can provide multi-disciplinary approach on today's critical transfer pricing challenges faced by multinational enterprises.

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