Transfer Pricing Masterclass 4 and drinks networking – Doing your duty: Transfer pricing, tax and beyond

2019 Transfer Pricing Masterclass Series
10 July 2019
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM BST
London

We are delighted to invite you to the fourth Transfer Pricing Masterclass of 2019, which will be followed by a drinks networking session. The event is free to attend and will be of interest to those with tax functions who are engaged in transfer pricing, controversy management and tax strategy.

In this session we will cover:

  • the importance of intragroup legal agreements;
  • corporate and IP law, directors duties and regulatory considerations in tax and transfer pricing; and
  • indirect tax, PE, WHT, beneficial ownership and other tax considerations.

Who is this session of interest to?

This session will be of interest to tax, treasury and legal personnel engaged in tax and transfer pricing strategy, management and controversy.

What will the session offer?

Attendees will hear from corporate lawyers and members of DLA Piper’s Boardroom Advisory Service, as well as our Transfer Pricing team of lawyers and economists. We will discuss the broader environment that transfer pricing sits in and the benefit of considering this when setting out your transfer pricing strategy and approach. Our aim is to broaden your perspective and support your internal and external stakeholder discussions.

Our multi-disciplinary team of former government and policy advisors, economists, lawyers and former in-house tax professionals will discuss the value of legal agreements and how they can position your transfer pricing policy in all conversations, especially controversy. We will examine how those legal agreements, as part of the commercial and operating model you are seeking to support, have broader corporate governance considerations which your board are ultimately responsible for. We will also dive into some specific matters such as beneficial ownership and the impact it has on transfer pricing strategy.

For more information please contact Samantha Thorpe.