New TP Reporting Requirements for Related Party Transactions

EventsNew TP Reporting Requirements for Related Party Transactions

New TP Reporting Requirements for Related Party Transactions - Are You Prepared?
14 July 2021

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Programme Objective

The IRAS has introduced a new form for reporting related party transactions for companies from Year of Assessment 2018. What does this mean for your company?   

This seminar is designed to share practical knowledge about how to complete the new form for reporting related party transactions and strategies to minimise risks with the disclosures. You will learn:

  • How to complete the form
  • How is the IRAS going to use the information
  • Tips on accurate disclosure of information
  • How to avoid unnecessary mistakes that can lead to transfer pricing reviews/audits
  • Responsibility of the authorised person who signs the form 



Programme Outline

Overview of the new related party transaction form

  • What is it and why should companies care?
  • How to complete the form
  • Red flag questions and how to minimise TP risks

 Strategies to minimise TP risks

  • How is the IRAS going to use the information
  • Tips to avoid unnecessary mistakes and TP reviews/audits
  • Role of TP documentation
  • Responsibility of authorised person who signs the form


Training Methodology

Lecture style, with Case Studies and examples. Participants can actively contribute and submit questions before the seminar.


Programme Details

The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants is consistently working on the issue and has teamed up with Adriana Calderon, Director of Transfer Pricing Solutions Asia. Together, we initiated a discussion on how you can manage your transfer pricing exposure.

DATE Wednesday 14 July 2021
TIME 9:00am - 12.30pm
VENUE

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709

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FEE $199.02 (Association Member)
$237.54 (Non-Member)
CLOSING DATE Wednesday 07 July 2021 (unless fully booked prior)


The class is designed as a platform to share practical knowledge through real life case studies. Save yourself a seat (or two) for the latest transfer pricing development in leading Asian countries! Know who you’re dealing with, their expectations, and how you can prepare yourself for tax reviews and audits. Special discount applies to members of ISCA.

Programme 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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