The Transfer Pricing Environment in China
Transfer pricing is a reality for any multinational company. As a result of a globalized economy and increasing complexity in business models, tax authorities around the world are actively protecting their revenue base through the introduction of transfer pricing regimes, which focus on the taxation of profits that stem from related party transactions. These transfer pricing regimes typically provide guidance to taxpayers on how related party transactions should be priced and how taxpayers can discharge the burden of proof that their transfer pricing arrangements comply with the arm’s length standard. These transactions can be used to shift funds – and thereby profits. Such transactions can serve as a tool for finance and tax planning.
The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China is delighted to welcome Paul Dwyer, Director and Head of International Tax and Transfer Pricing at Dezan Shira & Associates as he offers foreign investors a practical introduction to navigating the transfer pricing regime in China.
15:30-16:00 Registration and Networking
16:00-16:10 Opening Words by European Chamber Representative
16:10-16:40 The Transfer Pricing Environment and the TP Documentation Requirement Prescribed under Announcement 42 by Paul Dwyer, Director, Head of International Tax and Transfer Pricing, Dezan Shira & Associates
16:40-17:10 Legal Considerations by Ning Liu and Abe Zha, Baker McKenzie
17:10 - 17:30 Q&A Session
17:30-17:40 Closing Words by European Chamber Representative
How to Register
Those who register through Dezan Shira & Associates can enjoy the special member price of 300RMB. To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your company name, position, and contact number by October 26. Payment can be made on site at the event.