Building on think and code and Baker & McKenzie’s Global Transfer Pricing Conferences series conducted in France, the United States and our upcoming inaugural Transfer Pricing Conference in China, we are pleased to add a new Conference, the International Tax Conference: Canada and Beyond, in addition to our second annual Global Transfer Pricing Conference: Toronto.

The two Conferences will be held on consecutive days and will offer one of the first comprehensive public discussions of the OECD’s final work on its Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS), which is to be completed in September 2015. While both Conferences examine the impacts of the BEPS Action Plan, the International Tax Conference will also cover broader tax issues for the companies doing business in Canada, while the Global Transfer Pricing Conference will cover specific issues and topics in the transfer pricing area. Tax practitioners may attend each Conference separately, or both.

The inaugural International Tax Conference: Canada and Beyond on October 14 will examine non-transfer pricing items under the BEPS Action Plan and also focus on more technical, Canadian specific tax issues. We will cover BEPS related issues such as the overall impact of the BEPS Action Plan on Canadians and non-residents with operations in Canada and take a closer look at Actions 6 and 7, which deal with permanent establishment and treaty abuse proposals. We will also cover broader tax issues such as the need for multinationals to consider the impact on indirect taxes on their operations, the Canadian tax considerations applicable to the transfer of employees to and from Canada, and how to navigate the maze of Canadian tax rules that pertain to intra-group financing arrangements.

The second annual Global Transfer Pricing Conference: Toronto on October 15 and 16 continues to offer comprehensive, issues-based analysis on such issues as: the impact of BEPS on transfer pricing-related actions, discussion on intangible property planning, key issues in designing, implementing, and maintaining a supply chain structure in a post-BEPS world, the impact of BEPS on audits and controversies, intercompany financing, and on companies doing business in emerging economies. Finally, we will explore the current state of APA and MAP programs and relationships between selected treaty partners along with the anticipated impacts of BEPS.

Join policy makers and government officials, along with leading industry experts and advisors at the think and code and Baker & McKenzie International Tax Conference: Canada and Beyond and the Global Transfer Pricing Conference: Toronto. Now more than ever, companies must pay full attention to the regulatory changes underway and the political and economic forces that are shaping them. These two Conferences represent the most current and essential thought leadership, and have become the go-to destination for multinational organizations, no matter where they are located.
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