New York, NY, June 20, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Knowledge Congress, the leading producer of regulatory focused teleconferences and webinars, announced today that it has scheduled a live teleconference and webinar on Transfer Pricing: Crucial Strategies. This two-hour event is scheduled on Wednesday, September 10, 2008, at 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT – New York).
Transfer pricing has become a big challenge to companies who are conducting operations in different countries in which their subsidiaries transact business with each other. Without proper documentation that would justify an arm’s length price of transactions, double taxation, imposition of stiff penalties and significant losses might result. The entities that are most impacted by this kind of challenge are the smaller companies, as compared to multinational companies. What kind of strategies should these companies execute in order to avoid the adverse effects of transfer pricing? The Knowledge Congress has assembled a panel of distinguished experts to help make these policies clear to the organizations most impacted. The panel will present their findings, which include "best practice" panel, and a question-and-answer segment enabling the audience to interact directly with the faculty in a two-hour teleconference and webinar.
Jake Feldman, PH.D, Executive Director, Transfer Pricing, Grant Thornton LLP
Steven C. Wrappe, Principal, International Tax Services, Ernst & Young LLP
Brian Andreoli, Partner, DLA Piper US LLP
J. Matthew Lowe, Senior Analyst, NERA Economic Consulting
For updated list of the faculty panel, please visit: http://www.knowledgecongress.org/event_2008_transferpricing.html
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