Japan Tax and Transfer Pricing Seminar

25 Feb 2020
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM GMT
DLA Piper
160 Aldersgate Street
United Kingdom

Japan Tax and Transfer Pricing Seminar – successful tax management for Japan operations and investments

DLA Piper's Global Tax and Transfer Pricing Team is delighted to invite you to a Japan Tax and Transfer Pricing Seminar led by Keitaro Uzawa from DLA Piper Tokyo office. This seminar will provide valuable insight into managing Japanese tax matters more effectively for those who are involved in handling international tax and transfer pricing matters for Japanese businesses, and those who are planning to make future investments in Japan.

In this session you will learn:

  • insight into the Japanese tax system;
  • details of the tax authority’s enforcement practice in Japan;
  • BEPS implementations and post-BEPS developments in Japan;
  • how to avoid common mistakes upon tax audits;
  • how to avoid a potential issue before it becomes a dispute; and
  • how to develop better communication with your company's team and business partners in Japan.

Who is this session of interest to?

International tax, transfer pricing, and business professionals responsible for Japan tax matters, transfer pricing and controversy management, as well as global tax strategy.

Why attend?

Japan corporation tax rates are notoriously high and this seminar will give you tools to understanding the Japan tax system and allow you to more thoroughly review the structure of your Japanese operations. At the same time, due to the progress of BEPS implementation, tax audits by Japanese tax authorities are increasing in the post-BEPS era, creating further uncertainty . We believe a proactive tax strategy and cooperation with tax authorities is now more significant than ever.

DLA Piper's Global Tax and Transfer Pricing Team can support your business and tax matters with our multi-disciplinary team of former government and policy advisors, economists, lawyers and in-house tax professionals. Our approach is rigorous, evidence-based quantitative and qualitative analysis, with an eye on controversy mitigation.