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Treasury can no longer tiptoe around tax - action needed now

Bas Rebel, Independent Treasury Consultant – BRFC, Gerben Weistra, Partner Transfer Pricing - Ectacon and  Mike Foye, Director, Global Treasury Operations - Mondelez International discuss why corporate treasury can no longer tiptoe around tax due to new OECD regulations published in 2020, and the implications for corporate treasury operations.

This WEBchat covers:

  1.  The new OECD Financial Transactions Transfer Pricing requirements
  2. Implications of Chevron case in Australia
  3. Cash pooling – impacts and implications
  4. Key takeaways
Key timing points
0:51 Financial Transactions Transfer Pricing
3:46 Chevron case in Australia & IC lending
10:41 Cash pooling
17:00 Key takeaways

CTMfile take: This WEBchat shows how the new OECD regulations have really increased the level of documentation required in financial transfer pricing. No corner-cutting in documentation is essential as you will have to answer detailed questions several years after your financial transfer pricing actions. Also, many more corporate treasury departments will find it increasingly effective to set up an in-house bank.

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