We are pleased to invite you to our annual Transfer Pricing seminar in Amstelveen. This year’s seminar will engage Senior Transfer Pricing experts from ten different Global Transfer Pricing Services practices of KPMG in Europe. These experts will share their insights, experience and local views on the developments, the related impact and outlook for 2020.
We hope to welcome you in Amstelveen on 16 January 2020!
08.45 Start plenary session
Today’s world of transfer pricing
- An overview of current transfer pricing development
- Panel discussion, where recent developments and country experiences will be discussed with transfer pricing professionals from various European countries
09.45 Coffee break
10.00 Transfer Pricing in tomorrow’s world
- Introduction to various OECD, EU and unilateral proposals
- Panel discussion, during which various country perspectives will be provided by transfer pricing professionals from a number of European countries
10.45 Breakout sessions
Transfer Pricing in Control
- In this break-out session we will focus on the implementation phase of the transfer pricing lifecycle, meaning the calculation, reporting, and booking of transfer pricing calculations and process monitoring and how technology can help in this respect. There will be the opportunity for the participants to share their current pains in this area, whereas KPMG will share some practical experiences and our approach to operational transfer pricing.
Transfer Pricing Disputes and Resolution
- In recent years, we have seen the complexity and number of audits in Transfer Pricing increasing. This scrutiny is producing more and more Transfer Pricing disputes, with each country applying its own approach. KPMG’s Global Transfer Pricing Services professionals from various European countries will share their insights and experiences in resolving Transfer Pricing disputes.
Value Chain Management
- In a changing business environment multinational companies are enhancing operating models to realize growth, capture efficiencies and to control risks. These changes trigger the need for an assessment of numerous tax implications and opportunities. This break-out session will cover KPMG’s proven methodology for Value Chain Analysis (VCA) which enables companies to reduce tax risks and to take advantage of opportunities.
Participation is free of charge. The session will be held in English.
We hope you can join us. Please let us know by completing the registration form.
Participation complies with the course requirements stipulated in the PE Regulations of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisors (Nederlandse Orde van Belastingadviseurs; NOB). You can earn PE hours by attending this seminar.
Meijburg & Co| Laan van Langerhuize 9 |1186 DS Amstelveen
There is free parking available at our office.
For information please contact Olga Tichelman (+31 88 909 1604).