Date and Time:
January 25, 2017 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Hotel Hilton, Mumbai, India
Achromic Point seeks your participation for upcoming seminar on “Transfer Pricing & International Tax 2017 – New Challenges & Revolutionary Changes” in the city of Mumbai on 25th January, 2017.
As the global economy expands into every corner of the world, many national fiscal authorities are seeking more effective ways to protect their tax bases. In an era of fiscal shortfalls, tax authorities see transfer pricing as a soft target, and more and more countries are introducing law for transfer pricing.
The OECD/G20 Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS) project represents a fundamental change in the global tax environment and, in particular, to the taxation of cross-border profits.
Transfer Pricing of such cross border transactions can have a significant impact on distribution of profits among countries and consequently on the tax base of the relevant tax jurisdictions. On one hand, enterprises are exploring area level synergies, cost reductions, enhanced competitiveness, improved market penetration and product leadership and on the other hand the Tax Authorities across nations are becoming increasingly sophisticated with respect to transfer pricing audits.
This one day seminar, which would address the recent transfer pricing developments in India as well globally and assist the participants to identify the key aspects which needs to be addressed by the corporates while developing a global transfer pricing risk strategy, keeping in view the ever evolving aspects and interpretation of Transfer Pricing provisions by various appellate forums and courts.
Topics being covered:-
Ø Recent International Tax Developments – Is there a clear message for Corporates
Ø Advance Pricing Agreement – Practical Nuances
ØThe Future of Transfer Pricing Documentation: Preparing Country-by-Country Reporting Documentation – Obligations
Ø Specified Domestic Transaction – Practical Experience
Ø Key Transfer Pricing Judgements
Ø Life after BEPS and GAAR – Is there anything left in Tax Planing
Ø Place of Effective Management (“POEM”) – New Rule of Residency
Ø Preparing for Transfer Pricing Litigation (Panel Discussion)
- Vaishali Mane – Chartered Accountant, Mumbai
- Arun Chhabra – Director, Grant Thornton Advisory Private Limited
- Ajay Kering – Director, Grant Thornton India LLP
- Pranshu Goel – ASC Legal
- Priyanka Mongia – ASC Legal
* More speakers from Industry and Consulting to join in