TP Documentation and Benchmarking Analysis, How to Get It Right? 29 November 2017, Singapore

EventsTP Documentation and Benchmarking Analysis, How to Get It Right? 29 November 2017, Singapore

TP Documentation and Benchmarking Analysis, How to Get It Right? 29 November 2017, Singapore


Transfer pricing documentation and benchmarking analysis are critical to defending your transfer pricing risks from the tax authorities. But HOW do you get them right? The reality is the theory and practice of preparing documentation and benchmarking analysis are very different, hence the importance of practical insights.

We have designed a one-day class in collaboration with The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) to share practical knowledge using real life case studies covering key aspect of managing transfer pricing risks.

You will learn:

  • Practical solutions on how to test related party transactions, including services, buy/sell transactions, intercompany loans with a case study using databases.
  • How to ensure that your documentation and benchmarking analysis are ‘bullet-proof.'
  • Practical tips to minimise risks related to benchmarking analysis
  • How to implement benchmarking results correctly and examples of how the implementation can go wrong.  

Read more about the event and REGISTER NOW https://eservices.isca.org.sg/CourseDetail?coursemasterid=a0g28000002aNb0AAE

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