Countries all over the world are applying greater scrutiny – and calling for stricter regulations – on transfer pricing rules. However, the many complexities of transfer pricing provide a variety of opportunities to optimise profits, increase cash flows, and make effective arrangements for your international transactions.
As Revenue Authorities across the Globe tighten their Transfer Pricing (TP) Regulations, Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) seem increasingly vulnerable to transfer pricing adjustments that may lead to an increase in overall tax cost to the group.
Tax heads of MNEs need to keep abreast of the dynamics of TP Regulations across all jurisdictions, enable compliance in each such jurisdiction and adopt an appropriate risk mitigation strategy. The absence of information in the public domain regarding Industry best practices, further complicates matters.
BDO India’s Transfer Pricing Practice, consisting of Partners & Managers who specialise in the subject, handle complex advisory and structuring assignments that mandate coverage of multiple Tax Jurisdictions across the world. Aided by dedicated practitioners around the BDO network, the transfer pricing services offered include a range of planning, compliance and benchmarking services. We can work with you to develop transfer pricing policies that are defensible, flexible and in line with your overall tax planning strategies.
- Transfer Pricing Policy
MNEs opt for standardising their Transfer Pricing policy for intra-group transactions, inter alia; to meet with the demands of the respective Tax Jurisdictions they operate in. In this domain; BDO India, along with its Global Tax Advisory service, helps MNEs in formulating TP Policy that may be implemented uniformly within the Group.
- Due Diligence / Health Check-up
- Intangibles & IP Migrations
- Financial Transactions, Cost Sharing & Intra Group Services
- Drafting & Review Of Inter-company Agreements
- Representation, Litigation, Map & Apas
- Domestic Transfer Pricing
- Audit, Certification & Study Report
It is now common knowledge that TP is the most litigious tax issue worldwide, resulting in protracted litigation.