A seminar on Tranfer Pricing will be held on the 17th June, 2011 in Mumbai at the Hilton Mumbai International Hotel.
The Tax authorities globally have been increasing scrutiny of taxpayer’s transfer pricing policies, challenging companies with reduced profitability and imposing transfer pricing adjustments to increase tax payables. While the recessionary environment is mainly to blame, it is important for companies to be able to defend themselves and their transfer pricing policies.
Therefore, to equip corporate tax professionals with the appropriate transfer pricing defence strategies and best practices to succeed in light of challenging economic times ASSOCHAM is organizing this seminar wherein the guest of honour will be Mr. R.N. Dash, DGIT (International Tax), who will share his views on the important subject with the audience.
The seminar will further include updates on the audit issues, judicial pronouncements and dispute resolution mechanisms along with global developments in the transfer pricing arena; Revenue perspective will also be discussed at the seminar.
The issues to be discussed by the eminent speakers will be on the:-
1. Recent TP controversies and Rulings
2. Dispute Resolution Mechanisms including MAP and APA
3. TP in Financial Services and Financial Transactions of loans and guarantees
4. TP issues on horizon – Marketing intangibles, IFRS, Carbon Credit Business Restructuring, Recent OECD updates
5. Revenue Perspective
The CFO™s, CEO™s, COO™s, MD™s, Finance & Tax Directors, and other senior management finance professionals in Corporates; Middle management finance team members dealing in Direct Tax; Tax practitioners & consultants are cordially invited to this seminar.
The fees to be paid for the same is Rs. 3,000/-(per participant (10% discount for two or more persons from the same organization)
(The fee is inclusive of refreshment and lunch)
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