Corporations use transfer pricing to optimize their tax and business goals. Commercially, the aim of transfer pricing is to ensure that income fairly matches expenditure, so that performance in every part of the business can be properly measured and rewarded. When a transfer pricing concern arises in a business model, substantial savings and profits are in question. Transfer pricing affects the entire supply chain, ranging from research and development, to manufacture, marketing, distribution and after-sales service.
At PricewaterhouseCoopers we are aware of the importance of transfer pricing and we offer your business our vast international experience as a global network to produce optimal results for your business at optimal value.