ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 10, 2016 /CNW/ -- At a time when multinational corporations and the countries in which they operate are struggling to implement the OECD's guidance on base erosion profit splitting (BEPS), the taxation of intellectual property, and various unresolved country-by-country reporting issues, Bloomberg BNA and Baker & McKenzie will be hosting two consecutive tax conferences in Toronto. The 3rd Annual Global Transfer Pricing Conference: Toronto (GTPC) will take place August 29-30 and will be followed by the 2nd Annual International Tax Conference: Canada & Beyond (ITC) on August 31. Registration and additional information are available at http://on.bna.com/IrBB302XgtJ.
"Transfer pricing is a rapidly changing legal area, and tax professionals at multinational corporations need to hear from experienced advisors and government officials about some very complex rules and far-reaching guidance," said Bruce Reynolds, Managing Editor of International Tax for Bloomberg BNA. "This is particularly a time to understand best practices in international tax followed by peers in other corporations."
Transfer pricing will be the focus of the two-day conference, whereas the one day event offers a broader international tax update. Government officials, corporate speakers and leading advisors will be featured at both events.
Global Transfer Pricing Conference sessions include:
- The Future of Transfer Pricing Documentation and CbC Reporting
- The (Mis)application of BEPS
- Value Creation and Transfer Pricing Outcomes
- Advanced Pricing Agreements
- Intangibles — Developing and Using IP While Complying with the Latest BEPS Rules
International Tax Conference sessions include:
- Cross-Border Mobility Issues
- The Challenges of the Digital Economy
- A Roadmap to International Tax Reporting Obligations
- Alternatives for Repatriating Cash from a Canadian Subsidiary
- BEPS: Another Year Older and Another Year Wiser
Both conferences will take place at the InterContinental Toronto Centre and are conducted in association with the Tax Management Educational Institute.
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About Baker & McKenzie
Founded in 1949, Baker & McKenzie advises many of the world's most dynamic and successful business organizations through our 12,000 staff in 77 offices in 47 countries. The Firm is known for its global perspective, deep understanding of the local language and culture of business, uncompromising commitment to excellence, and world-class fluency in its client service. Eduardo Leite is Chairman of the Executive Committee. (www.bakermckenzie.com)
About Tax Management Educational Institute
Tax Management Educational Institute (TMEI) is an independent educational organization founded by Tax Management, Inc., a subsidiary of The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. TMEI is devoted solely to the conduct of responsible, professional seminars and conferences of the highest quality dedicated to issues of tax policy and practice, and to the funding of related scholarly endeavors.
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