TPA Global (web) Events 2019


"Fit For Future: A Refined Approach To Tax Risk Management"

Countries have become increasingly aggressive in their aim to combat corporate tax avoidance. Global compliance has become more strict and complex due to new documentation requirements. The management boards have become highly concerned with reputational risks related to tax. Facing this ‘perfect tax storm’, multinational enterprises have to manage compliance costs, sensitive data disclosure and BEPS-related issues firmly.  

With so much external and internal pressure, tax and TP teams are wondering: ‘what can be done to control and avoid significant risks?’

In this webinar, we will share practical insights with you on how to use value chain analysis for risk identification and prevention. We will also explain how to link your value chain components to controversy instruments. Further, we will address how tax technology helps to manage risks more efficiently.

Key Highlights of the webinar

This webinar is an excellent opportunity for CFOs, Heads of Tax and Transfer Pricing:

  • To learn how to apply value chain analysis for risk monitoring and reporting
  • To understand tax controversy decision-making
  • To acquire a knowledge on use of tax technology for full risk control

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Thursday, 5 September, 2019

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Mexico, USA and Canada
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Brazil
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM London (GMT)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amsterdam (CET)
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Moscow

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"How To Do a BEPS Compliant Qualitative and Quantitative Value Chain Analysis"

Due to a fast-changing tax landscape and an increasing potential for scrutiny by tax authorities in the post BEPS world, it has become extremely important for taxpayers to be vigilant. Due to the increasing demands for transparency in this new world, taxpayers need to be pro-active and fully prepared with the appropriate know how and tools to help them take a stance against the tax authorities. In this regard, TPA Global has identified ‘qualitative and quantitative value chain analysis’ as one of the tools that will effectively equip the taxpayers better by giving them control over the MNE’s risk mitigation strategy.

In this regard, ‘qualitative and quantitative value chain analysis’  will prove to be a requisite tool as it is able to swiftly identify and resolve any mismatches between holistically applied value chain analysis and the transactional transfer pricing model of an MNE. Conducting of a qualitative and quantitative value chain analysis helps taxpayers to have certainty in respect of profits allocated to different value drivers across business segments, jurisdictions, and legal entities etc., and will provide insight in whether their current transactional transfer pricing model functions appropriately. This will enable the taxpayer to have defense arguments being readily available at the time of audit if the allocation of profits is questioned.

Key Highlights of the webinar

With this objective in mind, we invite you to an informative webinar where we will discuss the following:

  • Benefits of conducting a qualitative and quantitative value chain analysis
  • Presentation of qualitative value chain analysis techniques
  • How to conduct a quantitative value chain analysis?

Speaker

Thursday, 19 September, 2019

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Mexico, USA and Canada
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Brazil
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM London (GMT)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amsterdam (CET)
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Moscow

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Webinar | 5 September 2019 - "Fit for Future: A Refined Approach to Tax Risk Management"
Webinar | 19 September 2019 - "How To Do A Beps Compliant Qualitative And Quantitative Value Chain Analysis"

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TPA Global is pleased to invite you to International Tax Review’s 19th annual Global Transfer Pricing Forum in Amsterdam (NL).

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