The workshop was delivered as part of the Tax Policy and Administration Learning Program, whose overall objective is to contribute to strengthening of beneficiary institutions’ capacity in implementing the EU recommendations under which the revenue authorities can enhance tax compliance risk management.
How you benefited?
Corporate taxpayers experience challenges if they are simultaneously subject to two or more tax systems, resulting in higher compliance costs and an increased exposure to tax risks.
The workshop provided a platform to discuss those challenges, and focus in particular on the international tax aspects of corporate tax planning. Sessions allowed plenty of time for participants to provide their views and share experiences. They worked on concrete case studies.
What you learnt?
We addressed following topics:
- Base Erosion and Profit-Shifting (BEPS) update,
- Transfer Pricing: accurate delineation of the transaction, analyzing risk
- Profit Split
- Financing and Trafsfer Pricing issues
- Challenges of digitalization of the economy
Who attended the event?
The workshop was designed for mid-to-senior level tax officials with responsibilities to plan and control tax administration performance, as well as competent public authorities or international liaison units, and officials from ministries of finance in charge of international matters.
Melinda Brown, Senior Tax Advisor, The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Adrian Lizaldre, Consultant at the Global Relations Division, The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
This learning initiative was supported by: