Dissecting OECD’s Guidance on Transfer Pricing Implications

EventsDissecting OECD’s Guidance on Transfer Pricing Implications


Dissecting OECD's Guidance on Transfer Pricing Implications
10 February 2021


Applying the arm’s length principle on issues relating to COVID-19.

Webinar Synopsis

Transfer Pricing (TP) matters has always been laced with complexities. Exacerbated by the unprecedented economic conditions arising from COVID-19, the application of the arm’s length principle has led to various practical challenges for many industries. To address the issues, the OECD has recently released a guidance on the Transfer Pricing Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic to enhance tax certainty in TP.   

In this upcoming live webinar session, Adriana Calderon, Director of Transfer Pricing Solutions Asia dissects the guidance and navigates through the issues in the application of arm’s length principle relating to COVID-19, from a Singapore perspective. Diving into the interplay between OECD’s guidance and IRAS’ guidance, get to the crux of the matter and understand the practical approaches when performing comparability analysis. 

Learn the tips and tricks on how to conduct your transfer pricing analysis for your business and clients under these unique circumstances. 

Webinar Outline

  • Know the essentials of OECD’s Guidance on Transfer Pricing Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Be aware of the pertinent points in OECD’s guidance and IRAS’ guidance
  • Understand the practical challenges that arise from COVID-19 and how to deal with them
  • Be equipped with the best approaches to adopt for comparability analysis

Training Methodology

WEBINAR style. Participants can actively contribute and ask questions during the seminar.

Webinar Details 

The Singapore Chartered Tax Professionals (SCTP) is consistently working on the issue and has teamed up with Adriana Calderon, Director of Transfer Pricing Solutions Asia. Details of the webinar are provided below.

DATE Wednesday 10 February 2021
TIME 12:00pm - 1.30pm

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FEE $60 (SCTP/ISCA Member)
$80 (Association Member/Transfer Pricing Solutions Asia's Clients)
$100 (Non-Member)
CLOSING DATE Wednesday 03 February 2021 (unless fully booked prior)

Webinar Facilitator

Adriana Calderon has extensive international experience with Big Four and mid-tier firms advising multinational companies in the areas of corporate and international taxation across South America, the US, Australia and the Asia Pacific Region.

As a TP practitioner, Adriana has advised companies in the Asia Pacific Region across various industries and in a wide range of projects associated with planning, compliance and dispute resolutions with tax authorities. She has also participated in specialised projects involving pricing of financial transactions, business restructures and negotiation of APAs. Most recently, she has participated in TP planning projects to implement BEPS’s Action Plan and country-by-country reporting. 

*Asia Tax Awards 2017 by International Tax Review

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