The year of assessment (YA) 2019 is the first YA the transfer pricing documentation (TPD) rules, published on 22 February 2018, will apply
in Singapore. Whether you are in a consultancy advising corporate entities, a medium-sized enterprise with cross-border related party
transactions or in a regional headquarters multinational and a spoke in a global network of entities, this change would have probably
caught your attention earlier this year.
Almost a year on, do you as a tax professional know what the crux of the matter is for a shipshape watertight YA 2019? Does it even matter to you?
What does this change really mean to the business and yourself, a tax professional? What, if any, might possible need reviewing?
Join Ms Adriana Calderon, Director at Transfer Pricing Solutions Asia, as she goes beyond the guidelines and tunnel into the TPD. Get in on what this milestone means in terms of business operations and understand the practicalities of this legislative change. Gain insights as Adriana ‘joins the dots’ and explores the implications from a regional perspective. Get TPD right, right from the start!
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. The registration is open until 30 November 2018.Read more about the event and REGISTER NOW
Read the latest update by our Asia Director, Adriana Calderon. Adriana has extensive international experience with #BigFour 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.
Singapore is often a preferred location for setting up headquarters as the door to conduct business in Asia. The IRAS has released its views on how Singapore HQ's should plan and implement their transfer pricing framework. Want to know more? Read our article with our views on IRAS TP Guidelines for Singapore HQs.
The Malaysian Finance Bill 2020 incorporates transfer pricing-related changes to the current Income Tax Act, 1967 (“ITA”). The changes permit significantly greater authority to the Malaysia Inland Revenue Board (“MIRB”) and re-emphasises the importance of transfer pricing compliance, with effect from 1 January 2021.