Regulatory reform in the financial industry and end-to-end transfer pricing execution

Transfer Pricing Perspectives

One obvious result of the global financial crisis and its regulatory aftermath is the realisation that financial institutions are increasingly integrated in a globalised world and so must tighten their controls, processes and governance policies.

This is especially true of their intercompany arrangements and dealings, as PwC explains in this detailed article.

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