WEBINAR: OECD Guidance on the transfer pricing implications of the COVID-19 pandemic

EventsWEBINAR: OECD Guidance on the transfer pricing implications of the COVID-19 pandemic

WEBINAR
OECD Guidance on the transfer pricing implications of the COVID-19 pandemic

20 January 2021

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The OECD released guidance around implication of the arm's length principle as articulated in the TP Guidelines to the unique fact patterns and specific challenge implied by the COVID-19 pandemic.

WHAT WE'LL COVER

This guidance covers four priority issues where it is recognized that additional practical challenges posed by COVID-19 were identified:

  1. comparability analysis;
  2. losses and the allocation of COVID-19 specific costs;
  3. government assistance programs; and
  4. advance pricing agreements ("APAs").

THE DETAILS

DATE 20 January 2021
TIME 4:00 - 4:45pm
COST Free


What does this mean from a practical perspective for tax directors, finance managers and accountants working with companies who have been impacted financially by Covid? 



SPEAKER PROFILE


SHANNON SMIT

Transfer Pricing Solutions founder Shannon Smit spent 11 years working with a Big 4 in Melbourne, Amsterdam, Prague and New York, before returning to Melbourne in 2005. During 2005-2006 Shannon noticed the increased recruitment of in-house transfer pricing specialists to American tax teams as transfer pricing controversy increased around the world.

Shannon started to identify an opportunity as many Australian companies were also facing these increased transfer needs, but did not have a need or funding for a permanent transfer pricing team member, and other options available to them to fulfil this role were quite costly.

In early 2007 Shannon left the Big 4 firm to start Transfer Pricing Solutions.

Shannon has specialized in transfer pricing since 1998. Shannon is a Chartered Accountant, Registered Tax Agent and holds her Masters in International Tax Law and is on the Australian Governments Board of Taxation Working Group as an expert panel member for the Review of Tax Impediments Facing Small Business. Her position has been renewed annually for the past four years.