Bloomberg BNA and Baker & McKenzie's Global Transfer Pricing Conference in Paris March 11-12 to Draw Key Players in International Tax Law and Policy
London (28 January 2013) - More than 50 transfer pricing speakers from international organisations, government, private practice, and industry will meet at the Bloomberg BNA and Baker & McKenzie Global Transfer Pricing Conference in Paris March 11-12 - just days after the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) Global Forum on Transfer Pricing in Paris - to provide the earliest possible insight into the new policy and law implications to emerge from the OECD meetings. It will be the first opportunity for transfer pricing professionals and senior executives to receive guidance on the challenges and risks posed by imminent transfer pricing developments.
Pascal Saint-Amans, Director of the OECD's Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, will deliver the opening address.
Wang Xiaoyue, Director of China's International Taxation Department, at the SAT, will give a keynote address on Monday 11th March.
On 12th March Nicolas Colin, co-author of the just-released French report on the taxation of the digital economy, will deliver a keynote address on "New ideas and recommendations for the taxation of the digital economy: permanent establishment, transfer pricing, and alternative bases".
Confirmed speakers from international organizations and governments include:
Participating firms and multinationals include:
When: March 11-12, 2013 Where:InterContinental Paris Le Grand, ParisEarly Bird Price Extension expires 31 January 2013.Register today at http://www.bna.com/global-transfer-conference//
View the agenda at (http://www.bna.com/agenda-m17179870460).
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