Transfer Pricing (TP) is an area of tax that regulates the price charged in a transaction entered by one member of a multinational enterprise (MNE) with another member of the same organisation. Transfer Pricing has been impacted by the recent developments in Singapore and the Asia Pacific Region.
In this half-day course, the participants will learn how the MNEs are impacted by the recent transfer pricing developments and the practical strategies to update transfer pricing policies, so as to stay ahead and on top of the latest trends.
What we'll cover
Adriana Calderon has extensive international experience with Big Four 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.
As a TP practitioner, Adriana has advised companies in the Asia Pacific Region across various industries and in a wide range of projects associated with planning, compliance and dispute resolutions with tax authorities. She has also participated in specialised projects involving pricing of financial transactions, business restructures and negotiation of APAs. Most recently, she has participated in TP planning projects to implement BEPS’s Action Plan and country-by-country reporting.
*Asia Tax Awards 2017 by International Tax Review
Indicative margins were introduced by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (“IRAS”) in 2017 to be used in related party loans. What is the impact for Singapore Taxpayers?
Whether you need to prepare a benchmarking study when entering into a related party transaction depends on the country's transfer pricing regulations and the specifics of the transaction.
This e-Tax Guide is relevant to any Singapore MNE group with international operations and annual group revenue of at least S$1,125 million.