Published on 19 Mar 04
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This presentation covers the following topics:
- intellectual property in a Financial Services organisation: What is it? How do you price it?
- is a CCA an appropriate pricing method? If so, when?
- case study to illustrate the transfer pricing and related income and withholding tax issues.
Damian is a consultant to KPMG and is a transfer pricing specialist with more than 20 years’ experience in both the private sector and with the ATO. Prior to establishing Damian Preshaw Consulting Pty Ltd in October 2015, Damian was a director in KPMG’s Transfer Pricing Services Group in Melbourne for 12 years. In this capacity, Damian advised a wide variety of multinational clients on transfer pricing and profit attribution issues with a special focus on dispute resolution, financial services, financial transactions and business restructuring. Prior to joining KPMG, Damian was an international tax counsel in the ATO’s Transfer Pricing Practice in Canberra and was an Australian delegate to the OECD’s Working Party No.6 (Taxation of Multinational Enterprises) from 1994 to 2003. Damian is a member of The Tax Institute’s (TTI) Large Business and International Committee and represented TTI on the ATO’s Division 815 Technical Working Group.
Director, Damian Preshaw Consulting Pty Ltd
Tower Two, 727 Collins Street
Melbourne, Australia, 3008
+61 423 780 219
- Current at
22 February 2018
Paul is the co-leader of Ernst & Young’s Oceania Transfer Pricing practice. He has over 20 years experience in the field of tax and transfer pricing including significant experience in servicing clients across most industries including financial services, mining and resources, pharmaceutical and fast moving consumer goods. Paul has been involved in all aspects of transfer pricing including advance pricing arrangements, dispute resolution, planning and documentation. More specifically, Paul’s experience has included addressing transfer pricing issues in connection with inter-company arrangements involving supply chain restructuring arrangements, global funds management, credit and performance guarantees, global trading and intercompany financing.
- Current at
14 July 2017