After a great wave of deliverables, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)’s project regarding Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) seems to have arrived in calmer waters; however, this is not the case for legislators implementing new regulations in response to these deliverables. Not only do the OECD’s actions initiate new legislation, but the European Union also continues to pressure member states to implement the BEPS agenda through local legislation. The new regulations trigger a variety of implementation questions for (multinational) companies, especially given that implementation is not consistent across countries. As a consequence, both multinational companies and tax authorities have to deal with uncertainty in complying with the OECD deliverables on a number of questions: What are the implementation challenges? How do multinational enterprises and tax authorities deal with those challenges? What have we learned in the meantime?

We will use Meijburg & Co’s Transfer Pricing Seminar on June 6, 2017, to provide you with an update of the current status of implementation, the implementation challenges multinational companies and tax authorities are confronted with, and how multinational companies and tax authorities are dealing with these challenges in practice.

Natalie Speet, Marcel Hanibals and Felix Ke, Country-by-Country reporting specialists of the Dutch Tax Authorities, will provide you with the latest updates and practical insights during the plenary session. In subsequent break-out sessions, our Transfer Pricing professionals will address practical topics that are relevant in the context of meeting the new requirements.

We very much look forward to welcoming you at Meijburg & Co in Amstelveen on June 6, 2017. 

Program

08.00 – 08.30      Registration and breakfast

08.30 – 08.45      Welcome by Jeroen Dijkman, Meijburg & Co

08.45 – 09.45      Natalie Speet, Marcel Hanibals, Felix Ke, Dutch Tax Authorities

09.45 – 10.00      Coffee break

10.00 – 11.00      Break-out session 1

11.00 – 12.00      Break-out session 2

12.00 -   13.00     Lunch

 

Break-out sessions: choice from three options.

  1. Cross-Border Employment: Challenge of Aligning Corporate Income Tax/Transfer Pricing and Wage Tax. By Jeroen Kuppens and Peter Karman, Meijburg & Co
  2. The New Documentation Reality: Country-by-Country Reporting and Master File and Local File: A Practical Approach. By Sander Derksen and Dianne Berry, Meijburg & Co
  3. Financial Transactions: Applying the Arm’s Length Principle and Addressing the Master File and Local File Documentation Requirements. By Jaap Reyneveld and Francesco Iaquinto, Meijburg & Co

              

The seminar will be in English and participation is free of charge.

Location: Amstelveen
Datum: 06 June 2017
Time: 08:00 t/m 12:00