To celebrate the recently published Applying the Arm’s Length Principle to Intra Group Financial Transactions: A Reference Guide, we warmly invite you to an engaging in-person discussion on the impact of the OECD’s Transfer Pricing Guidance Chapter X, which focuses on transfer pricing issues in financial transactions. Intercompany financing arrangements are pivotal in any business, especially for multinationals, shaping the value-creation process. With the rise in dispute cases involving financing—under the arm’s length principle and broader anti-avoidance measures—this topic has never been more relevant.
Our distinguished panel includes NERA Director Amanda Pletz, HM Revenue & Customs Financial Transfer Pricing Design Lead Martin Voelker, AXA XL Head of Transfer Pricing Louise Sykes, University of Lausanne Professor Vikram Chand, and Temple Tax Chambers Barrister Jonathan Schwarz.
5:30–6:00 pm GMT: Registration and Welcome Drinks
6:00–7:15 pm GMT: Fireside Chat
7:15–9:00 pm GMT: Cocktail Reception
The panellists will explore:
- The implications of delineation and realistically available options for financing;
- The importance of implicit support on credit rating analysis;
- If the pricing approach matters;
- Whether disputes will decrease; and
- The interaction of anti-avoidance rules and transfer pricing with a focus on financial transactions.
This seminar is limited to lawyers, barristers, and in-house tax and finance experts and qualifies for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits.
This seminar will be held under the Chatham House Rule.