08:30 to 10:00
13 Feb 2019
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The transfer pricing regulatory environment in Singapore has evolved with changes to the Transfer Pricing Guidelines and the Singapore Income Tax Act, particular the introduction of the Income Tax (Transfer Pricing Documentation) Rules 2018 (Rules).
Given that these changes take effect this year (i.e. Year of Assessment 2019), it is critical to understand the implication of the changes and what is required to comply.
Hence, this presentation will reiterate the most salient points arising from the changes in Singapore transfer pricing regulations and will also address commonly asked questions on how to prepare/implement transfer pricing documentation and policies.
The presentation will also cover Country-by-Country Reporting in Singapore.
Lastly, a selection of case studies will be presented to highlight the transfer pricing challenges facing Singapore taxpayers and potential ways of resolving such challenges.
About the speaker:
Felicia is a Partner in the Transfer Pricing Practice of KPMG Singapore and the Asia Pacific Financial Services Transfer Pricing leader. She has around 14 years of experience in providing transfer pricing services to multinational clients in Singapore, the United States, and the Asia Pacific region. In 2008, she returned to Singapore after embarking on an international rotation with KPMG LLP’s Silicon Valley office.
Felicia’s experience includes advising on transfer pricing planning and documentation projects to determine proper arm’s-length compensation for tangible property, intangibles, and intercompany services. In addition, she has assisted in the preparation of cost allocation studies for global/regional headquarters, as well as audit defence assistance and conducting transfer pricing risk analyses. She has also been involved in the negotiation and implementation of unilateral and bilateral advanced pricing arrangements (APAs) and mutual agreement procedures (MAPs). Felicia has also led several value chain management projects and advised clients on how to comply with OECD BEPS guidance.
Felicia is a regular speaker on global transfer pricing and has published a number of articles in connection with transfer pricing issues. She was recognized as a leading adviser in Singapore in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 editions of the International Tax Review’s “Women in Tax Leaders” guide.
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