• Webinar by BDO Global Transfer Pricing Centre of Excellence

Webinar by BDO Global Transfer Pricing Centre of Excellence

On behalf of the BDO Global Transfer Pricing Centre of Excellence, we are happy to invite you to a global webinar on "The Impact of COVID-19 on Your Transfer Pricing Arrangements".

The unprecedented COVID-19 crisis has caused otherwise healthy organisations to experience declines in revenue with little or no reduction in costs.
As the economic impact and continuing uncertainty of COVID-19 escalates, it is likely that the majority of multinational enterprises may find that established transfer pricing policies no longer give rise to arm’s length outcomes due to extreme disruptions to global workforce, supply chains, and customer demand.

Join BDO’s international Transfer Pricing Partners Zara Ritchie, Mark Schuette, Paul Daly and Dirk Elbert who will share practical insights on key transfer pricing considerations during the COVID-19 crisis.

Zara Ritchie
Head of Global Transfer Pricing Services
Lead Partner, Transfer Pricing
BDO Australia

Mark Schuette
Transfer Pricing National Practice Leader
BDO USA

Paul Daly
Tax Partner – Head of Transfer Pricing
BDO UK

Dirk Elbert
Partner, Head of International Tax Services
Office Managing Partner
BDO Germany

Date & Time
Tuesday, 5 May
12:00 – 1:00 pm (GMT)
1:00 – 2:00 pm (BST)
2:00 - 3:00 pm (CEST)
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Cost
Complimentary

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Some of the topics covered during the discussion will include: 

  • Different countries' legislation and integrity measures - potential impact on transfer pricing policies and business models
  • Business needs within the transfer pricing cycle, eg liquidity - how to repond during different phases of COVID-19 and manage both short and long term impacts
  • Supply chain disruption, allocation of extraordinary expenses/losses, impact on APA's and other specific arrangements - special considerations under various business models and scenarios
  • Intercompany legal agreements and contracts - can MNEs operate outside existing terms?