ICC seminar to shed light on Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation
Following the release of an ICC policy statement on the issue in May this year, the ramifications of Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation on global business will be the focus of an ICC seminar to take place on 25 October 2012.
Hosted by Fasken Martineau DuMoulin in Montreal, the seminar seeks to garner views on the subject by outlining the current situation and explaining ICC’s position and recommendations while deepening the debate with lawyers, compliance officers, and representatives from other international organizations.
Six panels of experts will tackle regional and international problems of transfer pricing and discuss the conflicts between taxes and customs duties. The day-long, dynamic event offers a unique opportunity to voice views and hear the perspectives of panellists and participants alike.
For more information please view the following presentations:
Suzanne Hoeger, Customs Valuation from the Trader’s Point of View: Compliance Challenges
John Bescec, ICC SEMINAR ON TP & Customs Valuation
Shiraj Keshvani, Standards in Tax and Customs Valuation & Documentation
Ian Cremer, CUSTOMS VALUATION AND TRANSFER PRICING
Mark K. Neville, John Pitt, Peter E. Kirby, Conflict (and interaction) between Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation
Matthew T. McGrath, Recent Customs Transfer Pricing Developments in the U.S., and Global Repercussions
Bill Methenitis, Jean-Marie Salva, The ICC policy statement on the interaction between transfer pricing and customs valuation
Ian Cremer, Mark K. Neville, The Current Role of Reference Pricing in International Trade
Peter E. Kirby, ICC: Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation – The Canadian Approach