National Transfer Pricing Conference

13 CPD Hours | On-demand now available!




Missed the event? On-demand now available!

We understand it's a busy time for tax professionals and there are simply not enough hours in the day.  Rest assured, we've made it easy for you to still gain access to the latest knowledge in tax.   

On-demand - All the latest content at your fingertips 

On-demand gives you virtual access to session recordings, technical papers and presentations from the most recent event. Download the brochure to view the full program.

On-demand gives you flexibility to digest the content in your own time with access for 6 months from date of purchase.

Available for a strictly limited period

Event Details

On-demand registration

$ 1,500 (member)

$ 1,500 (new member)

$ 1,800 (non member)

  • When18-October-2023 - 18-April-2024
  • FormatOn-demand
  • CPD Hours13

Join in-house corporates, regulators and advisers at Australia’s premier transfer pricing event

Transfer pricing continues to be a progressively complex issue for those operating global businesses. Increased enforcement, regulations and inter-company transfers puts it high on the risk agendas of corporate organisations. 

Expert technical knowledge and practical insights

This program brings together experts from across the profession to discuss all the latest topics, trends and emerging issues in transfer pricing impacting corporate Australia today. Hot topics include local and global developments including APAs, compliance, Pillar 1 and 2, digitalisation challenges, audits and reviews, plus more.

Who should attend?

Designed to bring together transfer pricing and tax specialists from accounting and law firms, barristers, corporates and the ATO to discuss the latest and most important domestic and international developments affecting multinational enterprises.

Venue and destination

The 2023 event will be held at the InterContinental Sydney. It’s a great opportunity to return to in person events and reconnect with colleagues and peers from across the profession.

Network, network, network

Our specialist conferences are designed to allow delegates the time to enjoy robust technical discussions with colleagues and incorporate several opportunities throughout for attendees to mingle with peers and presenters. Each conference program includes dedicated networking functions for attendees to connect with like-minded members of the profession and discuss the latest issues in tax and beyond.

On-demand program

Made up of plenary sessions and 1 breakout stream.

Official Welcome and Opening address

Damian Preshaw, CTA, Chair, Conference Organising Committee, Todd Want, CTA, Vice President, The Tax Institute

Session 1: Keynote address

Chloe Burnett SC, ATI, Sixth Floor Selborne & Wentworth Chambers

Session 2: How tax litigators and economists work together in resolving transfer pricing disputes

Dr. Brian C. Becker, Precision Economics, LLC, Glen Hutchings, FTI, KPMG, Jerome Tse, CTA, King & Wood Mallesons

Session 3: Intra-group financing – Transfer pricing rules unleashed

Bill Yohana, Jarrod Thomas, EY

Session 4: Creating uncertainty and increasing compliance costs: Denying deductions relating to intangible assets

Angela Danieletto, CTA, PwC, Lorena Sosa, PwC

Session 5A: Attribution of profits to permanent establishments in Australia

Damian Preshaw, CTA, Damian Preshaw Consulting

Session 5B: Financial services transfer pricing

Geoff Gill, ATI, Deloitte, Kristin Phang, Deloitte

Session 6: From budget announcement to new law – Giving effect to Pillar 2

Louise Andolfatto, Australian Taxation Office, Natalie Chang, FTI, Rio Tinto, Heydon Wardell-Burrus, OECD

Session 7: Future of the APA program in Australia & relevant leadership developments at the ATO

Vy Tran, Australian Taxation Office, Judy Morris, Australian Taxation Office

Session 8: Supply chain disruption – why does transfer pricing matter?

Sandra Farhat, FTI, EY, Bill Neskovski, Australian Taxation Office, Pete Rhodes, ATI, Aristocrat, Robert Zalud, CTA, ResMed

Facilitator: Aileen O’Carroll, Pitcher Partners

Session 9: ATO’s strategy on intangibles and managing associated transfer pricing risk

Chris Ferguson, Deloitte, Tim McCarthy, Australian Taxation Office

Session 10: Pillar 1 Amount B + Pillar 1 Amount A

Sophie Lewis, KPMG, Alia Lum, CTA, KPMG

Session 11: ESG & Tax: governance and beyond, how tax is becoming increasingly social

Sharon Arasu, Carsales, Sonali Raina Kher, ResMed, Andrew D’Addona, Deloitte, James Wiley, PwC

Session 12: 10-year anniversary – Subdivision 815-B Past, Present and Future

Keir Cornish, Australian Taxation Office, Michael Jenkins, CTA, EY, Sophie Lewis, KPMG


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