Ernst & Young global transfer pricing survey
Addressing the challenges of globalization
Tax departments are under increasing pressure to manage transfer pricing risks with greater precision in more jurisdictions. But a rapidly developing regulatory environment, new enforcement tactics and shifting fiscal policies have made achieving this precision even more difficult. To better understand current transfer pricing practices, perceptions and audit experiences, Ernst & Young surveyed 877 tax directors and other tax professionals at multinational enterprises (MNEs) in 25 countries.
Please join us on Wednesday, 19 January 2011, for a Thought Center Webcast discussing the results of, and insights from, our global survey. Our panelists will address how corporate tax professionals are dealing with the economic, regulatory and fiscal changes taking place in transfer pricing around the world. You will have the opportunity to submit questions through the website, and panelists will answer as many of them as time permits.
Designed for directors of tax, directors of international tax, international tax and transfer pricing managers, vice presidents of tax and finance, chief financial officers and tax analysts, this 75-minute webcast will include the following topics:
- Critical importance of transfer pricing to MNEs
- Audit experiences
- Transfer pricing controversy management
- Taxpayer approaches to transfer pricing documentation
- Business transformation and its impact on the company’s tax and transfer pricing profile
Featured panelists include:
Thomas Borstell, Ernst & Young AG, Germany, Global Director of Transfer Pricing Services
John Hobster, Ernst & Young LLP, UK, Head of Global Accounts Transfer Pricing Services
David Canale, Ernst & Young LLP, USA, Director of National Transfer Pricing Services
Aidan O'Carroll, Ernst & Young LLP, UK, Global Tax Markets Leader
Jesper Solgaard, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP, Singapore, Asia-Pacific Director of Tax Effective Supply Chain Management