Transfer Pricing & Supply Chain Taxation

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The recent focus by regulators and tax authorities on cross-border arrangements has thrust tax evasion, avoidance and base erosion to the forefront of multinationals’ tax concerns. The momentum of this area is underlined by the well-publicised OECD/G20 BEPS (base erosion and profit shifting) project, which is striving for more stringent and consistent tax rules around the world. This, in addition to increased information sharing between countries, is putting additional pressure on companies to get their arrangements right.

To stay competitive, being on top of the dynamic tax landscape is essential. We can assist in reducing your risk by ensuring that transfer pricing solutions are aligned with your overall global operations and objectives, as well as assist in the preparation of the documentation to support your transfer pricing practices. We’ll also share with you our strategic thoughts, informed by our experience in advising on and running seminal anti-avoidance and transfer pricing cases.

In planning, implementing and defending your global financing, marketing and supply chain structures, we take into account your commercial objectives, the allocation of value attributes, the relevant indirect tax or tariff costs and the bonded processing trade model.

King & Wood Mallesons’ tax team have experience providing the full range of transfer pricing law services, including:

  • Advice on transfer pricing laws, planning strategies and policy
  • Benchmark analysis
  • Assisting in contemporary documentation preparation
  • Audit defence and negotiation
  • Planning, implementing and defending our client’s financing and supply chain structures.
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