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Corporate sources say senior-level executives including CEOs and CFOs (C-Suite) have become more involved in tax and transfer pricing over the past year. The driving force behind this is the rollout of OECD BEPS measures in domestic laws, foremost among them country-by-country reporting, which kicked off for many countries in 2017.
The OECD’s TP unit released its discussion draft on the transfer pricing aspects of financial transactions (FTTP paper) in July 2018 and the September 7 deadline for submissions is fast approaching.
Setting the standard of excellence
Baker Tilly partners David Kemp and Carsten Kratzer have once again been recognised as two of the world’s leading transfer pricing advisors by International Tax Review World Transfer Pricing.
Considered the international legal market’s definitive guide, the 2019 World Transfer Pricing Guide highlights the world’s top transfer pricing practitioners. Senior practitioners and in-house counsel members from over 90 jurisdictions identify individuals – all of whom possess an outstanding track record – as the strongest performers in their field.
This recognition is testament to Baker Tilly’s commitment to providing unparalleled expertise and advice to help clients that span every sector and size, shape their decisions and achieve their goals.
Find out more about how we help multinational enterprises to establish pricing strategies for cross-border transactions, addressing complex issues that arise when operations expand to multiple jurisdictions.