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Financial Services Update: Impacts of Regulatory Reform on Transfer Pricing


As U.S. financial services firms wait for the U.S. Department of the Treasury to issue transfer pricing regulations applicable to global dealings, other regulatory developments are underway that could impact business strategies and operations in 2012.

In a recent Deloitte Tax Dbriefs webcast, we discussed a number of evolving issues, including potential regulatory ripple effects on transfer pricing and emerging areas of interest by tax authorities and regulators, including lending arrangements, liquidity buffers, and compensation. We examined why and how some firms are reviewing their transfer pricing policy structures in response to regulatory changes, and we looked at the role of advance pricing agreements in addressing uncertainty associated with global dealings.

Please read the attached document to learn more about the effects of new regulations on transfer pricing. 

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