Published on 17 Oct 13
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Over the last twelve months a number of transfer pricing reforms have been legislated in Australia with prospective and retrospective impact. The aim of these reforms is to better align our laws with OECD international standards. They are also aimed at ensuring MNC’s pay an appropriate amount of tax in Australia and will feature in the Australian Government’s response to BEPS.
This paper covers:
- overview of the new transfer pricing legislation
- transactions and structures most impacted
- increased disclosure and transparency
- TP within a BEPs world – the next 12 months
- implications for corporate governance and dispute resolution.
Ben is a Partner in PwC's Transfer Pricing practice, based in Brisbane and a member of PwC's Global Transfer Pricing network. Ben has over 16 years experience in transfer pricing, assisting a range of clients to develop and implement defendable transfer pricing strategies. Ben regularly speaks on transfer pricing at events. Ben has a Bachelor of Economics from Monash University and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
- Current at
30 April 2015
Dritton is a Director in PwC Australia’s transfer pricing practice. Now based in Brisbane, Dritton has 10 years of dedicated transfer pricing experience, including secondments to PwC’s Sydney office and an in-house secondment with a Melbourne-based Australian multinational. He specialises in establishing and defending intercompany pricing policies for financing arrangements.
- Current at
29 November 2017
Ed is a Senior Manager in transfer pricing at PwC.
Current at 17/10/2013