ARLINGTON, Va., April 25, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bloomberg BNA and Baker & McKenzie today announced details about their Transfer Pricing Conference and Primer, to be held at the Cosmos Club, Washington, DC, June 6-7, 2012.
Drawing together officials from the U.S. Treasury, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the U.S. Congress, and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); representatives from some of the largest U.S. multinational companies; and a veritable Who's Who of leading private practitioners, the Bloomberg BNA Baker & McKenzie Transfer Pricing Conference and Primer is designed to attract professionals from across the transfer pricing spectrum. For the first time, two separate – but related – transfer pricing programs will offer leading U.S. multinationals a venue that will provide insights, actionable experience, networking opportunities, and keynote addresses from both IRS Transfer Pricing Director Samuel Maruca and IRS Deputy Commissioner Michael Danilack.
Two Programs, One Site
The Bloomberg BNA Baker & McKenzie Transfer Pricing Conference and Primer builds on the success of an inaugural transfer pricing conference in Washington a year ago, offering added sessions and new focuses. "This year we've added a hands-on, two-day Primer track for those relatively unfamiliar with the complex world of transfer pricing," says Martin Schuebel, Director of Professional Development for Bloomberg BNA. "Both Conference and Primer will be conducted concurrently at the Cosmos Club," Schuebel added.
- The U.S. Tax Agenda and Its Impact on Transfer Pricing
- The Challenges of Transfer Pricing for Management Fees, Guarantees, and Other Intra-Group Financings
- OECD Developments and the Future of Global Transfer Pricing
- Managing and Surviving Transfer Pricing Disputes
- Transfer Pricing Developments in Brazil, Russia, India and China
- Cost Sharing Today: Implementing and Defending a Cost Sharing Arrangement
- Update on Section 367(d) and Non-Cost Sharing Intangible Property Transfers
- The Economics of Transfer Pricing
- The New Advance Pricing and Mutual Agreement Program: Update on the Integration and Case Management Today
- Analyzing the Intercompany Transfers of Tangible Property
- Analyzing the Intercompany Transfers of Intangible Property
- Analyzing Intercompany Services
- Cost Sharing regulations
- Practical Case Study – Completing an Economical Transfer Pricing Study
- Practical Approaches to most Common Transfer Pricing Documentations
- Analyzing Intercompany Financial Transactions
- Understanding the OECD transfer Pricing Guidelines
- Using Outside Advisors to Handle Transfer Pricing Controversies
"If you're an experienced transfer pricing practitioner, there's no better way to capture the latest thinking from government, corporate, and private practitioners on cutting edge transfer pricing issues—and no better opportunity to network with your peers," says George Farrah, Executive Editor of Bloomberg BNA Tax & Accounting. "Similarly, if you're looking for a basic, practical, and interactive transfer pricing workshop that will provide you with the tools and know-how to address key reporting and compliance issues, you should attend the concurrent Primer," Farrah added.
Complete details on the Bloomberg BNA Baker & McKenzie Transfer Pricing Conference and Primer, including speakers, topic sessions, and agendas for each program can be found at http://www.bna.com/tpconference/. The two-day Conference ($995) and Primer ($1,395) may be reserved through May 7, 2012 with early-bird discounts in play. Starting May 8, registration prices revert to $1,195 for the Conference and $1,595 for the Primer. Space is limited for both events. Those who attended the 2011 Bloomberg BNA Baker & McKenzie Transfer Pricing Conference are entitled to a loyalty discount on the registration for the 2012 Conference. Please call 800.372.1033 for further details.
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