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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.
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