TP Minds Asia, Singapore, 24-26 September 2019

BlogTP Minds Asia, Singapore, 24-26 September 2019

TP Minds Asia, Singapore, 24-26 September 2019

TP Minds Asia is a leading independent transfer pricing forum in Australia that brings together in-house transfer pricing leaders, leading advisors and senior policymakers shaping the international tax landscape in Asia and beyond.  This year, TP Minds will be held for three days from 24-26 September 2019 in the Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay. The agenda is packed with a number of hot #transferpricing topics that will be discussed by key TP leaders. Click here for details of the agenda.

We are delighted to announce our participation as exhibitors in TP Minds Asia 2019. Come and say hi to our booth and get a special cookie! If you want to meet or reconnect with the members of our team, please feel free to contact us at services@transferpricingsolutions.asia.

Don’t miss the opportunity to network with other transfer pricing practitioners and catch up with more than 50 expert speakers! If you are one of our clients, we encourage you to take advantage of the discount available! Please reach out to services@transferpricingsolutions.asia to get the discount code.

Hope to see you there!


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