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Review of transfer pricing rules.

Publication date: 30 Jan 12 | Source: TAX PLANNING INTERNATIONAL REVIEW

Issue: Vol 38 No 12 Dec 2011

Pages: pp. 29-31


On November 1, 2011 the Australian Assistant Treasurer announced that the Government will reform the transfer pricing rules to bring them into line with international best practice, thus improving the integrity and efficiency of the tax system. The announcement was supported by a release of a detailed Consultation Paper which outlines the broad principles upon which any change may be based. The consultation process ended on November 30, with submissions due at that time.

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Sarah Stevens ATI
Sarah Stevens is a transfer pricing specialist in PwC’s Global Tax team in Sydney. Sarah has specialised in transfer pricing since joining PwC in 1999 and has deep transfer pricing experience across a wide range of issues and industries, and has also supported clients to review their cross-border arrangements in light of other international tax rules such as the diverted profits tax and hybrid mismatch rules. Sarah has assisted numerous clients to review their cross-border funding arrangements in light of the ATO's risk assessment framework in PCG 2017/4. - Current at 12 June 2019
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Helen Fazzino ATI
Helen is a Partner in the PwC Transfer Pricing practice. Based in Melbourne, Helen is both the PwC Melbourne Tax Leader and a member of the PwC Global Transfer Pricing Leadership Group. Helen provides effective transfer pricing planning, oversees the management of compliance and transfer pricing documentation, and assists in developing audit defence strategies. She has 22 years of experience in corporate tax, specialising in transfer pricing since 1996. - Current at 07 March 2011
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Lyndon James ATI
Lyndon is a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers. - Current at 01 July 2012
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Nick Houseman CTA
Nick Houseman FTIA is a Partner in Transfer Pricing at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Sydney. Nick has over 15 years experience advising on transfer pricing matters with a focus on the financial services sector. Nick also has extensive experience in local and global transfer pricing documentation and compliance, tax planning, negotiations of Advance Pricing Agreements, competent authority negotiations, litigation support and audit defence in the financial services industry and other industries for well known Australian and foreign companies. Nick has managed many significant regional and global projects based in Asia-Pacific and European regions and has conducted many in-depth financial and economic analyses throughout the financial services industry. - Current at 01 January 2014
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