One Raffles Quay
Transfer Pricing is consistently the number one international tax issue facing multinational businesses. This is especially true in Singapore, often the location of global and regional hubs, which combined with its low taxation regime, is often seen by other fiscal authorities as a jurisdiction to which multinationals profit shift. As such, international related party dealings with Singapore need to be rigorously documented and justified as being substantive, commercial, and arm’s length.
In this session Chintan Shah (Singapore) will discuss recent transfer pricing developments in Singapore. Anthony Hayley (APAC), Kevin Phillips (Europe), and Rita Chung (Americas) will discuss significant and complementary transfer pricing developments in their regions that will impact Singaporean HQ companies or Singaporean subsidiaries overseas.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Andrew Borys.