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TP Minds Australia 2018

Date: May 29-30, 2018 Sydney

Venue: Sydney, Australia

May 29 – 31, 2018
Sydney
TP Minds Australia: Join leading transfer pricing minds from Australia and beyond
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Grab this opportunity to join your peers at TP Minds Australia and benefit from exclusive case studies, thought provoking keynotes, panel discussions, workshops and the best networking opportunities in the industry!

Early bird rates are available until Friday 23 March. Plus, quote VIP code FKW53634IPBA to save a further 20% courtesy of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association.

To register your place, visit our booking page and follow below three steps:

  1. Create your package by selecting the workshop(s) and conference you wish to attend
  2. Click on “Add to Basket”
  3. Enter VIP code FKW53634IPBA in the field “Have a VIP code?” and click “Apply”

Book your place now >>

Some of the sessions you don't want to miss at this year's summit: 

  • Latest Developments at OECD Level

Melinda Brown, senior transfer pricing advisor at the OECD will be joining us for our inaugural event to bring us up to speed on all of the latest developments at OECD level, issues such as the digital economy, BEPS and Financing. Also grab the opportunity to pose your burning queries to Melinda at our highly interactive "ask-the-policy-makers" quick-fire round!

  • Financing: What can we learn from Chevron?

The Chevron decision is widely considered to be one of the most important transfer pricing decisions of 2017, and for years to come. This expert panel will explore the implications that Chevron will have on multinationals operating in the region and beyond, including the latest stance directly from Shahzeb Panhwar, a financing expert at the ATO.

  • The latest on the digital economy

Tax of the digital economy has been at the forefront of the agenda for the OECD and European Commission, with far reaching implications for multinationals operating globally. Join our leading panel of industry experts as we explore the potential implications that these latest policy developments will have on businesses operating in this space.

Other agenda highlights include:

  • Transfer Pricing Documentation: Progress and challenges
  • ATO Keynote Address: The anti-avoidance agenda
  • The Digital Economy: Industry perspectives
  • Ask the Policy Makers: Quickfire round
  • The Transfer Pricing Landscape: Where have we been and where are we going?
  • APAs: Latest developments & future outlook

View full agenda here >>

Featuring leading transfer pricing minds, including:

  • AUSTRALIAN TAXATION OFFICE, Mark Konza
  • WESTPAC, Michael Barbour
  • ANZ, Dianna Govan
  • TABCORP, Peter Anthonsen
  • BRAMBLES, Harry Bernfield
  • SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, Zennia Csikos
  • NEW ZEALAND INLAND REVENUE, Kriti Velji
  • BRAMBLES, Harry Bernfield
  • SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, Zennia Csikos
  • NEW ZEALAND INLAND REVENUE, Kriti Velji

View the full speaker line-up here >>

We look forward to welcoming you in Australia!

The TP Minds Team