Top 10 Transfer Pricing Tips for Headquarters (HQs)
Multinational corporations centralise their activities in regional offices to tap into economies of scale and facilitate the efficient running of conglomerates. Unfortunately, it is these efficiencies of amalgamations and re-charges that have received the attention of tax authorities across the world.
With the recent publication of Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS)’s guidance, it is time to dissect through what has been
said and understand the business implications for headquarters in Singapore, from the fundamentals to the complexities. Be in top form and
join in the discussion on the implications to the core business processes of businesses and what it takes to get TP and TP documentation
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
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.