Akolade

2nd Annual APAC Transfer Pricing & International Tax Forum 2014

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Overview

Corporate international tax and transfer pricing rules locally and abroad are currently undergoing substantial reform. Modern multinational enterprises often operate their tax and financial functions in an integrated global fashion. Common characteristics include no physical headquarters due to operating on the e-platform, complex third party and multilayered cross border service exchange, and attributing a large percentage of taxable earnings to intangible assets & services.

This poses severe challenges for the local and international tax authorities who are advocating for increased global cooperation, transparency and better taxation reporting.

Transfer pricing rules in particular relate to changes to the ITAA 1997 and Tax Administration Act 1953 which will take effect from 1st July 2014. These rules would apply for cross border transactions, self-assessment of risk, a seven year time limit to make decisions to transfer pricing adjustments and reconstruction provisions.

Building on our highly successful Transfer Pricing Conference in February 2013, followed by the 4-state Roadshow in August 2013, Akolade is proud to announce its 2nd Annual APAC Transfer Pricing & International Corporate Tax forum in February 2014 in Sydney.

Introducing international speakers from Singapore, India, Hong Kong & China to share their key insights on topical International Taxation and Transfer Pricing issues and considerations.

This 2-day streamed conference offers delegates ample opportunity and exposure to attend, learn and hear from some of Asia Pacific’s top international tax and transfer pricing professionals from within industry. Practical topics will cover both a macro and micro perspective and tackle timely issues such as the anticipation of the extent of ATO’s involvement in the G20 BEPS committee,  customs & indirect taxation, audit defence, documentation strategies, cross border transactional taxes, and tax controversy & dispute resolution.