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Transfer Pricing in a Post-BEPS World

Edited by: Michael Lang, Alfred Storck, Raffaele Petruzzi

ISBN13: 9789041167101
Published: September 2016
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £115.00



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The OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project promises to make effective inroads into the much criticized corporate tax strategy known as aggressive transfer pricing, whereby the profitability of subsidiaries in different jurisdictions is “managed” via mispricing with the intent of minimizing the corporation’s overall tax burden.

Although the OECD BEPS project is an ongoing endeavor, its accomplishments to date and developing trends are discernible. This book, including contributions by outstanding and renowned transfer pricing experts both from practice and academia, analyses these trends, and proposes reforms which would ensure that transfer pricing outcomes are better aligned with economic activities and value creation, which achieves a more equitable distribution of profits among different countries.

Each chapter is dedicated to specific sections of the OECD’s BEPS Action Plan. Among the topics and issues covered are the following:-

  • arm’s length principle and its ongoing development
  • allocation of risk and recharacterization
  • intangibles (both license model and cost contribution arrangements)
  • interest deductions and intra-group financing
  • low value-adding services
  • commissionaire arrangements and low-risk distributors
  • attribution of profits to permanent establishments
  • documentation requirements (including Country-by-Country Reporting)

Within these topics, measures to identify the commercial and financial relationships inside multinational enterprises, to accurately delineate actual transactions, as well as guidance on defining risk and its allocation among entities of a multinational enterprise are discussed.

The book is based on papers presented and discussed at the first Global Transfer Pricing Conference hosted in February 2016 by the WU Transfer Pricing Center at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law at WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business).

The most up-to-date and thorough consideration of transfer pricing yet published, this book will prove invaluable for all parties currently facing questions related to transfer pricing in a post-BEPS world, especially those in charge of finding an ideal answer to them: academics, practitioners (including in-house and advisory counsel), international organizations, CEOs and CFOs of multinational enterprises, and government officials who are tax and transfer pricing experts.

Subjects:
Taxation
Contents:
Preface
Editors
Contributors
Chapter 1 The Arm’s Length Principle: Between Legal Fiction and Economic Reality
Raffaele Petruzzi
Chapter 2 Risks Redefined in Transfer Pricing Post-BEPS
Sébastien Gonnet
Chapter 3 Transfer Pricing Aspects of Intangibles: The License Model
J. Scott Wilkie
Chapter 4 Transfer Pricing Aspects of Intangibles: The Cost Contribution Arrangement Model
Yariv Brauner
Chapter 5 Interest Deductions and Transfer Pricing Aspects of Intra-Group Financing
Antonio Russo
Chapter 6 Transfer Pricing Aspects of Low Value-Adding Services
Guglielmo Maisto
Chapter 7 Commissionaire Arrangements/Low Risk Distributors and Attribution of Profits to Permanent Establishments
Giammarco Cottani
Chapter 8 Transfer Pricing and Documentation Requirements
Christian Kaeser & Sven Bremer
Index