Transfer Pricing Masterclass 5 - Landing the Value: Centralized Controversy Management for Transfer Pricing

2019 Transfer Pricing Masterclass Series
26 September 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM BST

DLA Piper's International Transfer Pricing Team is presenting a series of Transfer Pricing Masterclasses during 2019. Combining both legal and economic perspectives, based on our experience working for and training tax authorities worldwide, our in-house experience with multinationals and our background with accounting and law firms, the Masterclass series is designed to provide in-house tax and legal professionals with the tools to optimize and defend transfer pricing structures globally.

The series of Masterclasses covers important aspects of transfer pricing – from planning, implementing, reviewing and managing risk and controversy to those less often covered topics such as valuation and intragroup finance. We will provide alternative viewpoints, providing thought-provoking solutions and real case studies for discussion.

In this session we will cover:

  • Setting the global transfer pricing controversy strategy.
  • Tools for proactively preparing for controversy.
  • Ensuring consistent messaging globally.

Who is this session of interest to?

Tax and legal personnel engaged in tax and transfer pricing strategy, management and controversy.

Why attend?

Attendees will get an understanding of the current and projected future tax controversy environment, and how approaches of the past are one reason why the strategies of the future will be different. We will discuss how different controversy strategies have evolved, and how we advise clients to approach controversy – from the time of the transaction, through audit review to dispute management. We will help you assess how your tax controversy strategy fits into best in class controversy strategies, including our advice on how to influence your stakeholders to achieve their support in implementing your selected strategy.

We will discuss the issues and opportunities holistically with our multi-disciplinary team of former government and policy advisors, economists, lawyers and former in-house tax professionals.

For more information please contact Samantha Thorpe.