Clearly, there is an increasing need for those responsible for transfer pricing policies and procedures in companies to be aware of the impact their activities can have on customs compliance, and PwC recently organised a number of events to enhance such awareness and understanding.
However, it is equally important for those responsible for customs compliance to understand the challenges that their transfer pricing colleagues face, and put them in a better place to anticipate problems and perhaps even help craft solutions before those problems arise
Paul Griffiths, a Director in PwC Singapore's transfer pricing practice, will be sharing his expertise on the transfer pricing landscape in Asia Pacific, in particular looking at current best practice both in Singapore and across the region, and identify opportunities in the management of the nexus between transfer pricing and customs valuation, focusing on evolutions in three key areas:
As the behaviour and transaction flows of companies change, effective interaction between those responsible for managing transfer pricing and those charged with managing customs becomes more critical. Awareness of the key issues and an understanding of their implications is an essential part of this, so that customs practitioners can play a proactive role in design and management of inter-company pricing.
We look forward to hosting you for this interesting discussion. Please register by Friday 11 May 2012 by e-mailing email@example.com with your name and contact details
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