TP Minds Asia is a leading independent transfer pricing forum in Asia Pacific region. With more than 150 international delegates participate annually, they feature in-house transfer pricing leaders, top specialist advisors, and leading policy makers in the 21st century stretched from over 20 industries.
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This year, the event will be held for three days from 18-20 September 2018 in Singapore. Day 1 will be dedicated to The International Transfer Pricing Landscape: The workshop Day 2 on How do the Australian Courts approach transfer pricing cases and Day 3 focuses on workshops including TP Documentation: Progress and Challenges, and much more. Click here for details of the agenda.
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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.
The OECD guidance emphasised that, besides interest rates, all terms and conditions of the financing transactions (including the volume of debt) should be tested against the arm’s length principle.