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Webcast: Country-by-Country reporting: Ready to Execute?

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PwC-skatteradgivning-Laptop-2-solid_0005_orangeOECDs final report on Action plan 13 – Transfer Pricing documentation and Country-by-Country reporting on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) contained revised standards for transfer pricing documentation and a template for Country-by-Country report (CbCr report). Join PwC specialists from our Transfer Pricing and Tax Reporting and Strategy practices for a webcast on Thursday 17 December exploring the latest practical learnings on how to execute CbCr reporting.

OECD has recommended that the first CbCr reports be required to be filed for multinational enterprises’ (MNEs) fiscal years beginning on or after January 1, 2016. This has been one of the main concerns for tax departments on how should they gather, analyse and provide the required data.

Topics on the webcast will include:

  • Getting to the data - how are organizations leveraging their ERP and Consolidation systems to minimize manual collection of financial information?
  • Alignment and integration with other organizational processes. What commonalities can be exploited?
  • Non-financial information required to support future state TP compliance – how are companies thinking about workflow?
  • Technology tools to execute in-house on Action Plan 13 compliance and practical examples on data sources and consolidation tools.

Date and time: Thursday 17 December 2015 at 5:00-6:00pm (Swedish time).

Do you have any questions on corporate taxation?

Rohit Sidhwani

Rohit Sidhwani

Rohit Sidhwani arbetar på skatteavdelningen på PwC:s kontor i Stockholm med internprissättning inom End-to-End (E2E), som använder tekniska lösningar för att hjälpa multinationella koncerner med rapportering och efterlevnad av internprissättningregelverk.
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