The laws surrounding transfer pricing are becoming ever more complex, as the tax affairs of multinational companies are facing scrutiny from media, regulators and the public.
Although these laws may share common features across various countries, interpretations can differ from one country to another.
At Grant Thornton, our people can offer real insight in the following areas:
- audit support – our sophisticated economic arguments, research and databases can help you defend your transfer pricing policies before the tax authorities
- documentation – we use local knowledge for country-specific documentation to satisfy the tax regulations in each particular country
- planning - third-party transaction obligations are a key part of our tax planning for international groups, enabling us to identify efficient, legal structures and optimise investment and/or divestment processes
- supply chain re-engineering – we offer a critical analysis of your supply chain to help you gain operational efficiencies.
Furthermore, Grant Thornton closely follows and actively takes part in all key international regulation initiatives, helping our clients to understand them better and enabling us to develop a dynamic strategy that helps clients stay ahead of potential legislative changes.