Breakthrough with TP Benchmarking, 9 February 2017, Singapore

BlogBreakthrough with TP Benchmarking, 9 February 2017, Singapore

Breakthrough with TP Benchmarking, 9 February 2017, Singapore


Transfer Pricing (TP) is currently an area of tax controversy that is widely discussed by tax professionals, business leaders, and tax authorities. One critical aspect of transfer pricing is the benchmarking analysis, which can often be a potential for tax controversy.


Join the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals and learn about the intricacies of TP benchmarking from Ms Adriana Calderon, Director, Transfer Pricing Solutions Asia, as she shares through a case study on benchmarking analysis using databases. The session will focus on practical ‘hands-on’ case studies and practical insights on how to do it right.

Reserve your seat and step up your knowledge in TP management!  The registration is open until 3 February 2017. Special discount applies to members of SIATP, ISCA, SICC, SMF and TPS Clients.

To register visit https://www.siatp.org.sg/images/PDF/regform090217final.pdf.


For further enquiries about the event, please visit www.siatp.org.sg/events, contact Darrick at 6597 5719 / Nabila at 6597 5714 or email to enquiry@siatp.org.sg.

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