Understand the key areas in transfer pricing that may derail your business
Transfer Pricing (TP) is becoming a board agenda as some corporations are observing. From a simple functional analysis to comparative pricing decisions to documentation across the group’s entities, potential transfer pricing risks lurk in many aspects of the entire transfer pricing life cycle. Such risks are not just limited to large corporations. Smaller firms with cross border operations are just as much subject to the heightened scrutiny of tax authorities across the world.
Understand more at the upcoming session by Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals, facilitate by Ms Adriana Calderon, our director at Transfer Pricing Solutions Asia, and engage in international business with greater confidence.
· Be aware of the different risk assessment frameworks
· Understand the various areas of vulnerabilities across different business sectors and structures
· Learn how to effectively manage TP to minimise risks across jurisdictions with varying compliance obligations
Reserve your seat and step up your knowledge in TP management! Special discount applies to members of SIATP, ISCA, SICC, SMF and TPS Clients.
To register visit file https://www.siatp.org.sg/images/PDF/regform080318final.pdf. For further inquiries about the event, please visit www.siatp.org.sg/events, contact Nabila at 6597 5714 / Elaine at 6597 5718 or email to email@example.com.
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