On 21 April, the Full Federal Court decided an important transfer pricing case in relation to Chevron Australia. Following the decision, the ATO released its long awaited compliance approach to issues associated with cross-border related party financing arrangements.
BDO will be joined by ATO Director - Andrew Greer – who will share the ATO’s approach to risk assessing financing and other arrangements. Together with the ATO, our Transfer Pricing and Corporate Tax experts will address:
- Intra-group loans – Chevron & PCG 2017/D4 traffic light approach to risk assessment;
- Adopting a robust approach to Transfer Pricing compliance and documentation;
- Country-by-country Reporting (CBCR) & exemptions; and
- Specific anti-avoidance rules focussed on larger MNEs - Multinational anti-avoidance law (MAAL) and Diverted Profits Tax (DPT).
We hope you can take part in this valuable opportunity to hear firsthand from advisers dealing with live commercial and risk issues faced by corporates of all sizes.