The World of Transfer Pricing
Revolving around the MENA region
Welcome to our podcast series!
The world of Transfer Pricing podcast series, is where our leaders converge to discuss some of the latest tax trends, transfer pricing developments, and challenges throughout the Middle East and North Africa region.
The podcasts will equip you with knowledge on the latest regulatory changes and developments, and how they may impact your business. You can listen to episodes at your convenience via your desktop computer or smart phone.
Transfer Pricing implications of COVID-19 on financial transactions
Short term funding, which is key for businesses right now, has been the immediate priority for taxpayers. It is important for MNE’s to consider additional sources of funding more medium term, including external financing or restructuring existing debt
This installment of our podcast discusses the financial transactions guidance issued by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) earlier this year. Our Transfer Pricing experts discuss the key highlights from these guidelines, as well as insights on topical Transfer Pricing issues being faced by taxpayers.
Rabia Gandapur, Transfer Pricing director and UAE Financial Services Lead in the Middle East, discusses the implications of the new financial transaction guidelines for Middle East taxpayers in light of Covid-19.
Transfer Pricing implications of COVID-19 on MENA businesses
Assess the impact on your transfer pricing arrangements now, Respond with appropriate measures and Monitor the results closely; any change comes with risks and opportunities
This is a special instalment in the series that covers the current COVID-19 crisis and the effect it will have on MENA businesses who are dealing with Transfer Pricing issues. We hope that this episode will help you to mitigate the risks and to seize the opportunities.
Mourad Chatar Transfer Pricing Director and the UAE Transfer Pricing Lead, discusses the recent Transfer Pricing implications of COVID-19 on MENA businesses.