Tax Risk Management & Transfer Pricing for Life Sciences

As regulations around the world become both more numerous and stringent, and enforcement and penalties increase in the highly regulated life sciences sector, companies may benefit from taking a risk-based approach to tax planning compliance, execution, and tracking.

The conference agenda will focus on the most problematic areas in tax risk management such as tax compliance and governance, transfer-pricing and country-by-country reporting issues management and others:

  • Managing tax risks in a rapidly evolving environment
  • OECD BEPS Action Plan integration
  • Tax and Transfer Pricing Audit Practical Issues
  • M&A tax & Due-diligence risk management
  • Managing risks in transfer pricing & CbCR

On Day 2, one of the speakers will be Steef Huibregtse (CEO Transfer Pricing Associates) who will discuss Tax and Transfer Pricing Audit Practical Issues:

Transfer Pricing and Business Restructuring

  1. Main tax issues that arise when business restructurings take place
  2. The drivers of business restructurings and business models
  3. The application of Art. 9 of the OECD Model Convention
  4. The direct tax issues in business restructuring, VAT and customs duties

Who should attend

VPs, Heads, Directors, and Managers of:

  • International Tax
  • Transfer Pricing
  • Tax
  • Financial/ Business Controller
  • Finance


  • Pharmatheuticals
  • Medical Devices & Technology
  • Biotechnology

Date and Venue

September 22-23, 2016
The Mercure Hotel
Amsterdam (NL)

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Transfer Pricing Associates introduces TPA BEPS Desk. If you have any questions, or need more detailed advice on any aspects of BEPS related issues, please get in touch with us. The TPA Global network has alliance partners throughout the world, and the network can provide multi-disciplinary approach on today's critical transfer pricing challenges faced by multinational enterprises.

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