Financial Services Transfer Pricing
Sector trends and global developments in 2019
This collection of articles explores the tax challenges associated with technology and the digitization of the economy, with a focus on the impact on transfer pricing trends across banking, insurance, and asset management sectors.
Global Tax Reset - Transfer Pricing Documentation Summary
Deloitte's Transfer Pricing practice has prepared the Global Tax Reset - Transfer Pricing Documentation Summary, which compiles essential country-by-country reporting and documentation information (including master file/local file information, if applicable) for 87 jurisdictions around the world.
The Global Transfer Pricing Readiness Center
Your global transfer pricing checklist
Forward-thinking multinational corporations are changing course on their international approach to transfer pricing. They are taking a strategic look at their transfer pricing policy, process and technology in response to the evolving global landscape.
Deloitte TP Digital DoX
Transfer pricing documentation powered by technology
In today's evolving tax landscape, businesses are re-evaluating transfer pricing processes, resource models, and use of enabling technology. Deloitte TP Digital DoX is a web-based platform designed to facilitate and streamline the preparation of TP documentation reports with scoping capabilities.
The Global Tax Reset & BEPS (Base Erosion & Profit Shifting)
There is a global tax reset underway. Initiatives like the OECD/G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project will fundamentally change the global tax landscape. Already, tax has become a significant strategic business issue.
Life at Deloitte
The Deloitte Transfer Pricing storybook
Deloitte Transfer Pricing and CbC Data Analytics
Delivering efficiency in internal processes, consistency in positions, opportunity identification and risk mitigation
Transfer Pricing (TP) disputes continue to be one of the leading reasons for controversy between tax authorities and multinational companies. Inefficient monitoring of transfer prices, and compliance with policy, can increase the possibility of double taxation, tax penalties, and/or audits.