New FIN 48 Demands on Transfer Pricing:

Preparing Clients for Heightened Scrutiny of Cross-Border Transactions

Recording of a 100-minute CPE webinar with Q&A


Conducted on Thursday, July 12, 2007

Program Materials

Description

Clients using transfer pricing in cross-border transactions must deal with FIN 48's tougher analysis and documentation standards.

This represents a more rigorous and frequent process than your clients are accustomed to in evaluating and documenting their transfer pricing strategies, both in the U.S. and other countries. Have you prepared your clients to fully understand the new demands in this arena?

Listen as our panel of advisors and transfer pricing experts explains all of FIN 48's material implications for transfer pricing.

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Benefits

You'll leave the teleconference ready to help clients:

  • Measure the potential outcomes for settling with tax authorities over a particular transfer pricing position.
  • Increase the scope and quality of documentation of transfer pricing positions.
  • Determine an appropriate level of aggregation or disaggregation of cross-border transactions.
  • Decide how to react to the IRS' emphasis on whether companies are transferring intangibles along with services.

Faculty

Jim Wisniewski
Jim Wisniewski
Executive Director
Ernst & Young

He's the leader of a specialty group on FIN 48 and transfer pricing.

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Bill Spiller
Bill Spiller
Executive Director
Grant Thornton

He's attached to the firm's transfer pricing specialty group.

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Julie Joy
Julie Joy
Director
Deloitte & Touche

She is attached to the firm's transfer pricing group.

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Brian Andreoli
Brian Andreoli

Partner
DLA Piper

He focuses his practice on state tax, transfer pricing and international tax matters. Brian has been a tax attorney for...  |  Read More