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Future directions in transfer pricing arising under the BEPS recommendations paper

Published on 09 Oct 14 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • BEPS – the story so far
  • future directions in transfer pricing arising under the BEPS recommendations
  • an Australian perspective.

Author profiles

Lyndon James ATI
Lyndon is a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers. - Current at 01 July 2012
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Edin Mahir
Paul McNab CTA
Photo of author, Paul MCNAB Paul is a Partner and solicitor in the Tax Controversy practice in PwC Sydney. Paul has more than thirty years of taxation experience and has published and spoken on a wide range of taxation issues throughout that period. Over the last 20 years he has had extensive experience in assisting clients understand the tax risks they face and manage their interactions with the ATO. His client base includes some of Australia and the world's largest multinationals and the information technology and telecommunications sectors are particularly heavily represented. His work has included planning for and review of significant transactions (including business value chain transformations), assistance with the assessment and disclosure of tax risk to statutory auditors, management of audits by the ATO and negotiation of settlements and the preparation and conduct of litigation. - Current at 23 February 2017
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Annemarie Wilmore
Annemarie is a Director in KPMG Law’s Tax Dispute Resolution and Controversy practice. Annemarie has extensive experience in dealing with revenue authorities and advising clients at all stages of tax disputes including reviews, audits, independent review, objections, and tax related litigation. She is highly regarded for her commerciality and strategic approach, working with clients across numerous industries to navigate disputes with State and Federal revenue authorities. Annemarie supports clients to identify, objectively assess and reduce tax risks in relation to a variety of taxation topics including domestic and international tax, anti-avoidance, employment and payroll taxes, mineral royalties and indirect taxes. - Current at 04 August 2020

 

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