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Transfer pricing - current issues and recent developments presentation

Published on 16 Sep 04 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation addresses the importance of compliance with the transfer pricing legislation both in Australia and overseas. Issues covered include:
- setting of transfer prices and methodologies
- Schedule 25A and the ATO's approach to compliance
- current ATO focus issues, including intellectual property and reduced-risk structures
- use of advance pricing arrangements, and PATA's recent guidance on bilateral APAs
- foreign currency fluctuations
- OECD 'hot topics'.

Author profiles:

Paul FIELDS
Paul has worked in transfer pricing since 1996, both in London and Manchester. He moved to Ernst & Young Perth in 2003. His experience includes documentation, dispute resolution and supply chain projects, for a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, retail and the energy sector. Paul is an Associate of the UK Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and has a BA (Hons) and MA (Oxon) in Physics.
Current at 5 August 2004

 
Ross LYONS
Ross has over 20 years of professional and commercial tax experience and has been involved in transfer pricing issues since 1993. His experience includes settling APAs involving the ATO, NZ IRD, Revenue Canada and the US IRS. Ross has provided transfer pricing advice to a wide variety of industries including financial services, manufacturing, technology, retail and the energy sector. He is a Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia, an Associate of the Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants, and has a BEc (Hons) and an MBA.
Current at 5 August 2004
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