Business Breakfast: Transfer Pricing
Developments and practical aspects
In the context of Romania’s adherence to the OECD’s BEPS („Base erosion and profit shifting“) Implementation Forum, a series of normative acts were debated and adopted, concerning the alignment of the fiscal law in Romania with the latest evolutions at international level.
This event proposes to analyze the impact of the transfer pricing documentation requirements which are expected following the implementation in the Romanian legislation of the EU Directive 2016 / 881 regarding the mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation - Country by Country reporting and issuance of the OECD Transfer pricing Guidelines in July 2017.
All these are meant to identify possible challenges and / or opportunities for your company.
The event will have an interactive character and the Deloitte team wishes to address the issues and situations proposed by the participants. Where possible, please send us your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
8.45 – 9.15 Participants registration
9.15 – 10.30
Transfer pricing in Romania – local implications and obligation to prepare the transfer pricing file
10.30 -10.45 Coffee break
Country-by-country reporting requirements – practical aspects applicable to Romanian companies
Practical aspects regarding transfer pricing audits and proactive approach in preparing the transfer pricing file
*The official language of the event is Romanian
Participation to this event is free of charge and access is granted by invitation and registration only. In order to actively address the variety of questions raised by the participants, the seminar will have a limited number of 30 participants. A maximum of two people can be registered from one company. Confirmations will be sent subject to availability.
Natalia Udeci – Manager, Tax department – Transfer Pricing, Deloitte Romania
Natalia is a Tax Manager in Deloitte Romania, specialized on transfer pricing matters. She has almost 6 years experience in providing transfer pricing assistance to domestic and international clients operating in retail, banking and media and technology industries.
Natalia’s experience covers tax consultancy, review of agreements between related parties, assistance in the preparation of the transfer pricing file, assistance in transfer pricing audits, due – diligence and transfer pricing litigation to organizations.
In the retail / banking field, Natalia has worked on transfer pricing documentation projects, assistance during tax audits, as well as specific tax advisory such as business restructuring and consultancy projects regarding setting of adequate pricing methodologies.
Natalia holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a post graduate degree in Accounting and Taxation. She is both an ADIT and CECCAR student.
Ana Maria Avram – Senior Consultant, Tax department – Transfer Pricing, Deloitte Romania
Ana-Maria is a Senior Consultant in Deloitte Romania, with over 5 years of professional experience.
Ana-Maria is focusing primarily on transfer pricing matters, having broad knowledge of domestic and international taxation. She provided assistance in the transfer pricing area to a wide number of companies acting in the financial and banking sector, manufacturing, automotive, media, IT and retail industry during various engagements such as preparation and review of transfer pricing files, assistance during tax audits, transfer pricing consultancy as well as due-diligence projects.
She graduated from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, the Faculty of Finance, Insurance, Banking and Stock Exchange and holds a Master degree in Risk Management and Actuarial Science within the same university. Currently, Ana-Maria is a student of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
The event will be held on November 22, 2017, at Plaza Hotel, Targu Mures.
Mobil: +40 725 004 075
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