Published on 10 Oct 13
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Two tranches of significant reforms have recently been made to the Australian transfer pricing rules. This presentation addresses a number of important issues through the eyes of a private practitioner, a large corporation,and a senior ATO officer, including:
- the government’s and taxpayers’ perspectives on this reform
- what stays the same?
- what are the changes?
- case study examples
- how does the Commissioner intend to apply his broad and significant powers?
- what are we seeing in practice from the ATO’s profit-shifting compliance focus?
Cameron (duplicate use 161916)
Cam is a Partner in Deloitte Melbourne's Transfer Pricing practice and has more than 18 years' transfer pricing and international tax experience, working in Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Cam's experience includes advising on a wide variety of complex transfer pricing matters for some of the world's largest multinational enterprises.
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14 August 2013