Grasp the Intricacies of Inter-company Loans

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Transfer Pricing Workshop


Participants' feedback 'TPS Asia managed to make economic analysis interesting even though it is a difficult and dry topic '


Grasp the Intricacies of Intercompany Loans

This session offers participants the opportunity to go beyond fundamentals and grasp what it takes to structure inter-company loans to comply with the Arm’s Length Principle.

Get attuned on the finer details to stand up to scrutiny by tax authorities.



Programme Outline

  • Be aware of the key considerations in establishing inter-company loans that will hold fort amid scrutiny by tax authorities
  • Explore the practical aspects of the ‘How’s to manage TP risks in this area
  • Understand the crucial aspects of documentation and frequency of review
  • Grasp what it takes to ensure an appropriate benchmarking analysis
  • Know the best practices to manage inter-company loans


Secure your seat NOW!  https://www.siatp.org.sg/images/PDF/regform170818final.pdf  

A special discount applies to members of SIATP, ISCA, SICC, SMF and TPS Clients.

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



 

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