The Duff & Phelps Transfer Pricing practice is a proud sponsor of the 48th Annual Conference of the USA Branch of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), which will be held February 27-28 in Boston, and the Joint Meeting of the U.S. and Canada Branches that will precede the annual conference on February 26.
The two-day annual conference of the U.S. Branch of IFA includes substantive sessions on international tax topics, featuring prominent speakers from private practice, industry and government. Topics covered during the joint meeting include M&A/cross border structuring, current issues and considerations in cross border financing and the U.S. and Canada income tax treaty.
Jill Weise, Managing Director and Global Head of Duff & Phelps’ Transfer Pricing practice, will present on the breakout session titled, “Transfer Pricing Panel”. The panel will cover recent developments in transfer pricing and how these developments impact transfer pricing in practice.
Panel topics include:
- ICAP 2.0
- Ways to improve 6662 documentation
- Impact of TCJA
- Altera: amended returns or catch up payments for stock based compensation
- Spontaneous exchange: APA, impact and experience since the January 2018 directives
- BEPS update: Pillar I and Pillar 2
Additionally, Daniel Nir, Director in the Transfer Pricing practice of Duff & Phelps, will speak on the breakout session titled, “Controversy Panel”. The session will present an overview of current issues and trends in international tax controversy.The panelists will discuss how both taxpayers and the IRS are confronting uncertainties around tax reform implementation, including §965 calculations, transition-period planning and other issues. Given that transfer pricing controversies have multiplied recently, the panel will offer an overview of current cases and trends in U.S. transfer pricing disputes, both administrative and in litigation.