Sense and Sensibilities of TP Methods, Workshop Singapore, 20 June 2018

EventsSense and Sensibilities of TP Methods, Workshop Singapore, 20 June 2018





Sense and Sensibilities of TP Methods, Workshop Singapore, 20 June 2018

Back for the 2 year after great reviews and feedback!

“The session provided a good overview and understanding of the principles of different TP Methods”

With transfer pricing being increasingly scrutinised, an area that companies and tax authorities may disagree is the correct application of the selected transfer pricing (TP) method. When challenged, companies have to demonstrate why and how the specific method was adopted.

In this session, we will share practical insights on the five common TP methods recognised by the OECD through various case studies.

Register for this session organised by Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals and learn key tips to determine and apply the TP method that best suit the type of related party transaction. To register visit https://www.siatp.org.sg/images/PDF/regform070518_060618_200618final.pdf

Secure your seat NOW!  The registration is open until 20 June 2018. A special discount applies to members of SIATP, ISCA, SICC, SMF and TPS Clients.

For further enquiries about the event, contact Darrick at 6597 5719 / Nabila at 6597 5714 or email to enquiry@siatp.org.sg. 

 

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