TPMinds Asia is a leading independent transfer pricing forum in Asia Pacific region. With more than 200 international delegates participate annually, they feature in-house transfer pricing leaders, top specialist advisers, and leading policy makers in the 21st century stretched from over 20 industries.
We are delighted to announce early our participation as exhibitors in TPMinds Asia 2017. Take a look at what they say about us! Click here. If you would like to meet or reconnect with the members of our team, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgIn 2016, Transfer Pricing Solutions participated as one of the exhibitors in TPMinds Asia and gave a luncheon presentation on how to manage BEPS risks. We thought the event was lively, and there couldn’t be a better opportunity to meet similar minds in transfer pricing than TPMinds Asia. Look at how much fun we had!
This year, the event will be held for three days from 12-14 September 2017 in Novotel Clarke Quay, Singapore. Day 1 will be dedicated to pre-conference technical workshops while the remaining Day 2 and three will be packed with transfer pricing policies in Asia, implementation of BEPS Action 13, latest TP development at UN level, and much more. Click here for details of the agenda.
Don’t miss the opportunity to network with other transfer pricing practitioners and catch up with more than 50 expert speakers! If you are one of our clients, we encourage you to take advantage of the 50% discount! Please reach out to email@example.com to get the discount code. Simply click here to book, and save up to $600 only until 23 June 2017.Hope to see you there!
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