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Transfer pricing and taxation of multinationals – has your risk increased?

Tax event | April 2013

Tax event
Event name: Transfer pricing and taxation of multinationals – has your risk increased?
Event date: Tuesday, 16 April 2013
Event time: Please arrive by 7:30 a.m. Event runs from 7:45-9:15 a.m. (breakfast included).
Location: Deloitte, Melbourne
Address: Deloitte Melbourne
Level 11, 550 Bourke Street
Speakers and hosts: Soulla McFall, Cameron Smith, and Marc Simpson from Deloitte
Food and beverage: Breakfast included

Ashley McLellan

Tel: +61 3 9725 8584

RSVP: Friday, 5 April 2013
Ashley McLellan
Cost: Complimentary


In the last few months, transfer pricing and the taxation of multinationals has become front page news with the UK Prime Minister and the Australian Assistant Treasurer weighing in heavily on the debate. The issue is now high on the agenda for the G20 and OECD member nations. At the same time, in February this year, the Australian Government introduced legislation for Australia’s new transfer pricing regime into Parliament. It has also convened a Specialist Reference Group to address these issues, on which Deloitte is represented.

It is critical for companies to understand the risks arising from the new laws in relation to their tax and transfer pricing arrangements. It is equally critical for companies, and their boards, to understand the broader reputational risk faced by multinationals in light of the Government’s transparency initiatives and media scrutiny.

We are pleased to invite you to our transfer pricing breakfast seminar on this topic which will:

  • Analyse what the current global debate means for you and how companies should approach managing this reputational risk
  • Analyse the new transfer pricing law and the practical implications for multinationals operating in Australia
  • Look at the ATO’s likely approach to enforcing the new transfer pricing laws, and the likely future policy direction of the OECD member countries in the taxation of multinationals.

Our panel of transfer pricing, tax risk management and international tax experts will guide you through this complex landscape and how you can appropriately manage risk in the current environment.

This briefing will be relevant to both CFOs and tax directors within multinational organisations.

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