Australia: Transfer Pricing Insights Seminar Invitation
Last Updated: 24 January 2014

Seminar Details:

Date: 13th February 2014
Time: 7.00am registration for 7.30am start - seminar concludes at 9.30am
Venue: Park Royal Parramatta, 30 Phillip Street, Parramatta NSW 2150

RSVP: 6th February 2014 to Moore Stephens Sydney West on 02 9890 1111 or email ngoss@moorestephens.com.au.

How can the seminar benefit your business or client base?
Does your company have transactions with overseas related parties?

Are you the Public Officer or involved in the management of the company?
If you answer 'yes' to these questions, you may wish to attend our seminar to better understand your obligations and the key issues arising from the shifting transfer pricing landscape.

Presenters:
Michael O'Neil, Assistant Deputy Commissioner (Profit Shifting Practice) of the Australian Taxation Office along with Stuart Edwards and the transfer pricing team at Moore Stephens will take you through the key issues that are going to affect you, including a consideration of:

  • The key changes to Australia's new "self-assessment" transfer pricing regime
  • The increased documentation requirements including:
    • The practical implications of the changes
    • Risk-management approaches to compliance
  • The Global transfer pricing stage – what's happening and possible implications
  • The ATO transfer pricing compliance focus and matter for your consideration.

We would be delighted if you are able to join us for the seminar. In the meantime, please contact one of our Transfer Pricing Team members for an obligation-free discussion about your issues or concerns.

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