Increasing Transfer Pricing (TP) audit frequency and intensity in countries such as the Kingdom of Saudi of Arabia (KSA), Qatar and Jordan, means that getting the annual TP compliance to a high standard has never been more important. As we head towards the FY21 TP compliance obligations period, the need for a high quality and seamless compliance process is critical.
To assist businesses throughout this period, Deloitte held a webinar on Monday, 28 February 2022. This webinar covered the key Middle East Transfer Pricing compliance priorities that Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) should be focusing on to ensure compliance with the regulations in the above-mentioned countries.
We provided providing businesses with the opportunity to submit their questions ahead of the webinar on the registration page. A selection of those questions was addressed during the session.
As the Growth Leader for our Tax Services practice, Mohamed is a key member of our leadership team, responsible for spearheading our growth strategy in the Middle East. This includes strategy to identify and pursue new market opportunities, creating and implementing business development initiatives, reflecting the latest industry trends, and collaborating with the wider tax leadership team to achieve revenue growth targets. As Growth tax Leader, Mohamed is also responsible for leading strategy on accelerating our growth platform, proposal management, driving and promoting client excellence, and promoting our capabilities and industry leadership through marketing and eminence efforts. In addition to spearheading our growth initiatives, Mohamed leads our award-winning and market-leading regional Transfer Pricing team. The team’s transfer pricing services span three key areas: consulting, controversy and compliance, and supporting clients in all industries and sectors. As a Transfer Pricing specialist and a former regulator, Mohamed has more than 25 years’ experience in transfer pricing, international tax, strategic, economic and business consulting across a number of industry segments. These include the automotive, construction and materials, energy, financial services, pharmaceutical, telecommunications and media, technology and travel and leisure sectors. His experience includes leading and managing global documentation and planning studies, as well as drafting Advanced Pricing Agreements (APAs) for submission to tax authorities in jurisdictions worldwide. Mohamed presents widely on transfer pricing and tax issues at seminars across the world and has been extensively published in the area of transfer pricing and tax on different platforms. In 2020, Mohamed was awarded the International Tax Review (ITR) Editor’s Choice Award for progressive work throughout the Middle East in Transfer Pricing and was nominated for the EMEA Transfer Pricing Practice Leader of the Year award. Mohamed was awarded an MBA (with distinction) from Warwick Business School, where he won an award for the overall best MBA degree of the year. Mohamed also holds MSc Economics (with distinction) and BSC Economics (first class) degrees from the University of London.