Published on 05 Jun 04
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Transfer Pricing continues to be an area of major focus for the ATO, and an area of major risk for taxpayers. This presentation covers:
- transfer pricing risk management
- Schedule 25A and transfer pricing documentation
- ATO audit management
- the role of the corporate tax manager in transfer pricing work and ATO audits.
John is a tax Partner with the national transfer pricing team of Deloitte Australia. Based in Brisbane, he has been with Deloitte for 17 years and leads Deloitte's Queensland transfer pricing practice. John brings almost 30 years tax experience to his role, and prior to working at Deloitte he served 10 years in the ATO in Brisbane. John has wide experience across the gamut of transfer pricing technical issues, including supply chain structuring, MRRT implementation, APAs, financing instruments, resource commodity trading and audit defence. John has managed numerous global projects, including coordinating Deloitte's global transfer pricing team to deliver seamless results to clients. Current at 30 April 2015
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Kevin is a Director in the
PricewaterhouseCoopers National Transfer Pricing Practice. With over 10 years experience in corporate and international tax, both in the UK and Australia, he has spent the past six years specialising in advising some of the world's largest multinational companies in relation to transfer pricing structuring and dispute resolution. Kevin has presented at external transfer pricing conferences, has written many articles on this subject and has been involved in discussing the development of transfer pricing policies with ATO. He has a BA (Honours) in Accounting & Finance and is an Associate member of the Taxation Institute of Australia, as well as the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and the Chartered Institute of Taxation.
Current at 26 March 2004
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