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A practical case study to demystify TP documentation preparation presentation

Published on 27 Mar 07 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation uses a topical case study to give a practical understanding of the current 'hot issues' in transfer pricing.

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Michael Jenkins CTA
Michael has worked in the area of transfer pricing and international tax for around 15 years, both in the ATO and in a professional services environment. He is currently an Assistant Commissioner in the Public Groups & Internationals business line of the ATO. Michael is involved in a number of major transfer pricing cases, and leads a team involved in the development of the ATO’s guidance products related to the transfer pricing provisions enacted in 2013. He is currently the Australian delegate to the OECD’s Working Party No. 6 on transfer pricing matters, and was the Australian competent authority for transfer pricing matters from 2010 to 2012. - Current at 29 July 2016
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Christopher Bowman CTA
Chris is a Director at William Buck in Sydney and is primarily responsible for international tax advice. Chris joined the Taxation Consulting Group of William Buck in 2005 after over 15 years experience with PwC in Australasia and Europe and recently, 2 years in the ATO Transfer Pricing Practice. He was previously an Executive Level member of the Australian Taxation Office Transfer Pricing Practice, located in Large Business and International, Sydney, and a designated Competent Authority in the Asian team. - Current at 12 January 2017
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This was presented at Demystifying Transfer Pricing - How to Approach it at a Practical Level .

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The ATO and transfer pricing in 2007

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