OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Plans: What You Need to Know in 2016May 11, 2016
WTP Advisors’ Guy Sanschagrin and Quantera Global’s Richard Slimmen Speaking on The Knowledge Group’s Live Webcast, May 11
With growing international attention on multinational corporations avoiding taxes, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its final reports on BEPS in October of 2015. While some of these guidelines won’t go into effect for a few more years; others like the new transfer pricing documentation standards and country-by-country reporting are in full force now. Therefore, it is important for companies to understand the changes, be transparent regarding finances and know how BEPS can impact their organizations.
Guy Sanschagrin of WTP Advisors and Richard Slimmen of Quantera Global will be joined by Marvin Rust of FTI Consulting Wednesday, May 11 from 12pm to 2pm (ET), on a webcast to discuss what multinational corporations need to know to remain compliant in 2016 and beyond.
These experts will share potential tax consequences and best practices for implementing changes. Some of the topics covered include:
- OECD 15 BEPS Actions
- Effect of BEPS on Multinational Corporation Taxes
- Transfer Pricing Risks
- TP Risk management
- Value Creation and the Arm’s Length Principle
- Value Chain Analysis
- Compliance and Litigation Risks
- Latest Developments
- Tax Authority Perspectives
- Leading Practices
This webcast offers up to 2 CPE credits.
Please register on The Knowledge Center’s website