2015 Deloitte China Transfer Pricing Seminar


A new transfer pricing landscape through the lens of Circular 2 revision draft

2015 Deloitte China Transfer Pricing Seminar

27 November 2015, Xiamen

Deloitte China annual transfer pricing seminar is coming back to Xiamen this autumn and will be rolled out nationwide in the coming months. We invite you to join us as we share insights on some of the most discussed transfer pricing topics.

In China, a Discussion Draft of "Special Tax Adjustment Implementation Measures" ("Draft") from the State Administration of Taxation ("SAT") attracted wide attention from the industry almost immediately after its release in September 2015. With China's existing transfer pricing regulations being substantially revised, taxpayers are eager to understand the new rules and their implications, and to consider how best to address. Globally, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development ("OECD") has published several important documents on transfer pricing, while Base Erosion and Profit Shifting ("BEPS") is expected to have a profound impact on the continued evolution of international transfer pricing arrangements. On top of these new regulations, tax authorities and customs have been further strengthening enforcement, posing additional challenges to cross-border related party transaction management. To help taxpayers grasp the trends of international and domestic regulatory development and effectively manage transfer pricing matters in the new landscape, in the upcoming seminar Deloitte professionals will share insights on the following topics:

  • Highlights of Circular 2 revisions, and risk management and practical solutions for taxpayers: sharing insights on major revisions and discussing related party transactions reporting, preparation of contemporaneous documentation, and matters related to intangible assets, intra-group services transactions, advance pricing agreements, and thin capitalization, under the new transfer pricing regulations.
  • Implications of OECD's BEPS initiatives on transfer pricing: discussing potential impacts on future transfer pricing regulations, and offering suggestions on how taxpayers can plan ahead.
  • Latest on transfer pricing audits and customs valuation: discussing recent focus areas of transfer pricing audits in relation to regulatory development and actual cases, and sharing insights on balancing customs valuation and transfer pricing in cross-border related party transactions based on the Guideline on Customs Valuation and Transfer Pricing recently published by World Customs Organization.

Event Details

27 November 2015

13:30 – 17:15

10 Floor Meeting Room
Xiamen Bailu Hotel
6 Huyuan Road

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13:30 – 13:50


13:50 – 13:55

Opening remarks

13:55 – 15:25

Highlights of Circular 2 revisions, risk management and practical solutions for taxpayers

15:25 – 15:45

Tea break

15:45 – 16:15

Implications of OECD BEPS initiatives on transfer pricing

16:15 – 17:10

Latest on transfer pricing audits and customs valuation

17:10 – 17:15

Summary and closing remarks

Registration and charge


Please download and complete the registration form and send back via email to the below contact persons. For any enquiries, please feel free to contact us.

Seats are limited and will be offered on a first-come first-served basis.

Admission charge

RMB 200/person 

Payment method

  • Wire transfer

Bank: Bank of China Shenzhen Branch
Account Name: Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Certified Public Accountants LLP Shenzhen Branch
Account No: 747160313587 (RMB)

  • Cash/cheque

Payable at the reception. Invoice will be provided soon after the event.

Cancellation of the event

Should there be unexpected circumstances, Deloitte reserves the right to change the event date, time, program, or venue, and to cancel the event. To the extent possible, Deloitte will notify affected registrants of any changes seven working days prior to the event date, and will refund any admission charges already collected should the event be cancelled. Deloitte shall not be held liable for said changes or cancellation.


Barry Zhong
Tel.: +86 592 2107 280
Email: bazhong@deloitte.com.cn

Michelle Chen
Tel.: +86 592 2107 781
Email: michellchen@deloitte.com.cn

Other locations

The National TP Seminar will be held in November and December in Shanghai, Suzhou, Nanjing, Wuhan, Beijing, Tianjin, Dalian, Shenyang, Chongqing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xiamen and Hong Kong.

Should you need more details of upcoming seminars in these cities, please refer to the event list or contact us.