International Transfer Pricing 2015/16

There have continued to be significant changes in the area of transfer pricing since our prior edition, with several new countries implementing either formal or informal transfer pricing documentation requirements and significant regulatory changes in many other countries over the past twelve months. Most significantly, the deliverables released as part of the OECD’s Base Erosion & Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan have resulted in the need for companies to re-evaluate and reconsider their transfer pricing strategies in light of the proposed new guidance.

International Transfer Pricing 2015/16, now in its 15th edition is an easy to use reference guide covering a range of transfer pricing issues in nearly 100 territories worldwide. It explains why it is vital for every company to have a coherent transfer pricing policy which is responsive to the rapidly changing markets in which they operate. The book not only shows why sound transfer pricing policies should be developed, but also why such policies need to be re-evaluated regularly. It offers practical advice on a subject where the right amount of effort can produce huge benefits in the form of a competitive and sustainable tax rate, and leave the company well positioned to defend against aggressive tax audits.

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Benjamin Koch

Benjamin Koch

Benjamin Koch
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Benjamin is leading the Transfer Pricing and Value Chain Transformation practice within PwC's Tax & Legal Services in Switzerland. His experience includes advising multinational companies on structuring of global value chains, development of global core documentation, migration of intangible property, establishing global trademark royalty schemes and the development of franchising and service fee concepts.

Benjamin Koch has substantial experience assisting companies in preventing tax audits and managing international tax controversies through the proactive use of Advance Pricing Arrangements (APAs), tax rulings and Mutual Agreement Procedures (MAPs). Furthermore, Benjamin Koch is PwC's Territory Leader for Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution and represents PwC Switzerland in the technical working groups of the Swiss Corporate Tax Reform III.