The Duff & Phelps Transfer Pricing practice is proud to sponsor the 8th Annual NABE Transfer Pricing Symposium, which will be held July 17-19 in Washington, DC. Along with Karen Kirwan of the Internal Revenue Service, Jill Weise, Duff & Phelps’ Managing Director and Leader of the North American Transfer Pricing practice, will chair the Symposium.
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The annual conference gathers leading professionals from business, government and consulting firms to discuss and debate the most relevant economics topics in the field of transfer pricing. The topics uniquely focus on the economics of transfer pricing and the latest technical thinking in this area, including the impact of tax reform on intangible property valuation, the use of big data in transfer pricing and transfer pricing and the digitization of the economy.
Managing Director Mark Bronson in Duff & Phelps’ Transfer Pricing practice will present on the session titled, “Tax Reform and IP Valuation.” This panel will discuss a number of repercussions of tax reform for IP valuation, including the potential consequences of the codification of aggregation and realistic alternatives principals within Section 482 from an economist’s perspective, impacts on cost of capital and on discount rates (and discount rates components) used in IP valuation that might arise from tax reform and potential unintended consequences of tax reform as it relates to IP.
Director Dan Nir in Duff & Phelps’ Transfer Pricing practice will moderate the panel titled, “Income Allocations and the Arm’s Length Standard: Ships Passing in the Night?” This panel will address the role of traditional transfer pricing principles based on the arm's length standard in the post-tax reform era. Special emphasis will be placed on the Base Erosion and Anti-Abuse Tax (BEAT) and other provisions to understand the potential impact to the arm's length standard, policy objectives, and future legislative interpretations.
Director Beau Sheil in Duff & Phelps’ Transfer Pricing practice will present on the session titled, “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Transfer Pricing Implications for Financial Services Companies & Financial Transactions.” This panel will focus on the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) on financial services companies and intercompany financial transactions. The panel will present an overview of the applicable provisions of TCJA, along with planning opportunities and best practices for assessing and managing compliance.
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