Transfer Pricing Perspectives: Fit for the Future
October 2014

Multinational organisations are operating in an environment of unprecedented change. There is a surge in volume and complexity of intercompany transactions. This is accompanied by increased enforcement of existing rules and lack of clarity around “what the new rules of the game” will ultimately look like. These developments have made transfer pricing a leading risk management issue for global businesses but probably equally a source of opportunities to “set things right”.

The articles in this October 2014 edition of Transfer Pricing Perspectives are based on a number of sessions from our annual global transfer pricing  conference, and are designed to help you to be ready for the changes we’re sure to see and be fit for the future. Articles included are:

  • Switzerland - a focus on our host country
  • Country‑by‑country reporting and transfer pricing documentation
  • Technology – past, present, and future
  • Handling multiple APAs and MAPs
  • Transfer pricing implications around providing consumers the ‘total’ retail and consumer experience demanded
  • Managing transfer pricing risks in India’s evolving tax and regulatory environment
  • Diagnosis and prescription to stop the spreading of the marketing intangibles epidemic
  • Permanent establishments and BEPS: The end of the beginning or the beginning of the end?
  • Transfer pricing for an industry in transition – Oil and gas
  • Financial services tax transparency – aligning processes, policies and messaging