Transfer Pricing on Demand

Published on October 21, 2021

Transfer Pricing is typically one of the most significant tax issues for multinational groups, given its subjectivity. Increasingly, tax authorities worldwide are looking to ensure that profits are not inappropriately shifted through non-arm’s length pricing. Together with our global offices, we are pleased to launch TP On Demand, a series of 10-minute videos, available 24/7. 

Join our Transfer Pricing experts as we examine the challenges many businesses are facing:

Introduction and overview of RSM TP On Demand, Rob Mander, RSM International

Intercompany Loans - Minty Tafesse, RSM Australia   

Exploring the Transfer Pricing analysis of intercompany loans along with the exposure and risks in the transition from LIBOR to SONIA.   

Pillar 1 and 2: the outlook - Duncan Nott, RSM UK   

An update on the OECD proposals to reform the international tax system under Pillar 1 and Pillar 2, including the announcement of 8 October 2021

The future of Transfer Pricing: navigating uncertainty - Bob Bamsey, RSM US  

Exploring the impact of US tax reform on Transfer Pricing. 

Operational Transfer Pricing - Vera Zhuravleva, RSM Netherlands 

Providing an overview of how Operational TP provides efficiency in the TP lifecycle; freeing up resources and time; reducing compliance costs and mitigating the risk of TP controversy and significant adjustments during TP audits. 

Legal agreements, adjustment mechanisms and other implications - Joanna Lam, RSM Singapore 

An overview of the importance of an effective intercompany agreement management process that can track compliance and changes. 

Current Transfer Pricing risk areas globally - Vijay Ramachandran, RSM India  

Providing an overview of the risks faced by international businesses following the OECD BEPS project.   

African update including United Nations Practical Manual on Transfer Pricing for Developing Countries - John Jones, RSM South Africa  

An update on significant changes which have taken place in African jurisdictions in recent years.