China

Details

  • Service: Tax, China Tax Services, Global Transfer Pricing Services (GTPS)
  • Industry: Global China Practice
  • Type: Event
  • Date: 11/26/2012

Outbound Transfer Pricing Planning - Transfer Pricing Lunch Roundtable with KPMG's leading global transfer pricing professionals 

Date: 26 November 2012 (Monday)
 
Time:

12:15 - 12:30 p.m. (Registration)
12:30 - 14:00 p.m. (Lunch and Roundtable Presentation)

 
Venue: Chatham Room, Level 7
Conrad Hong Kong
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
Hong Kong
 
Language: English
 
Event Details:

Proactive transfer pricing planning is critical for companies based in Asia who are looking to expand globally to European and American markets. Globally the transfer pricing environment has become very challenging and there are widespread tensions between capital exporting and capital importing countries in this area, creating a proliferation of alternative approaches by tax authorities. These are increasing the risk of double taxation and if taxpayers are not proactively addressing and anticipating these issues, they are likely to be put at peril.

This lunch roundtable is suited to Asian professionals and organisations who are in the process of expanding their operations globally or are planning to do so in the future.

The following be will topicswill be discussed:

• The tensions driving today’s global transfer pricing landscape.

• Observations on outdated transfer pricing strategies and why these no longer work

• Recent trends in the structuring of tax efficient supply chains focusing on Chinese and Hong Kong companies expanding into Europe.

•Strategies for managing risks and uncertainties.

 
Speakers:

Matthias Kaut

Partner, Tax

Global Transfer Pricing Services

KPMG AG

Matthias is partner in charge of KPMG Germany’s Global Transfer Pricing Services, managing an interdisciplinary team of 90 highly skilled professionals. Matthias has over 13 years of experience in advising multinational firms on transfer pricing, business transformation, valuations, post-merger integration and related tax and advisory issues in Europe, the Americas, and the Asia-Pacific region. Matthias is also a member of KPMG's Global Transfer Pricing Steering Committee and serves as a member of the tax leadership team in KPMG Germany and is COO of KPMG's Global Transfer Pricing Service Line.

Kari Pahlman

Principal, Asia Pacific Leader

Global Transfer Pricing Services

KPMG China

Kari leads more than 600 KPMG transfer pricing professionals across the Asia Pacific region and is part of KPMG’s global management team for the transfer pricing service line. He has over twelve years of experience in tax and financial advisory in relation to international taxation, transfer pricing and valuations. He specialises in various economic advisory assignments in relation to transfer pricing, tax effective supply chain management and asset valuations and has served as an engagement leader for numerous regional and global projects in these areas.

Kimberley Webb

Global Transfer Pricing Services

KPMG China

Kimberley Webb has over eight years experience in corporate and indirect taxes in the Asia Pacific Region. Based in Hong Kong, she specialises in transfer pricing, with a particular focus on tangible goods transactions and head office service charges. She has assisted clients across a diverse range of industries with transfer pricing risk assessments, feasibility and planning projects, compliance documentation, and defense strategies.