ISCA Journal published a unique article about benchmarking and transfer pricing


On February, we did a workshop in collaboration with Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals (SIATP) about the practical insights of transfer pricing benchmarking.

If you didn’t get a chance to attend the event, SIATP has summarised in an excellent article all the key tips and topics discussed during the session. The full article was published in one of Singapore’s top and well-respected magazines in the accounting industry, The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountant (ISCA) Journal, March 2017 Edition.

If you haven’t done so, get your copy of this unique article about how to perform a benchmarking in the following links:

ISCA Journal, March 2017

SIATP website


A few photos from ISCA Journal hard copy, March 2017




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