The Duff & Phelps Transfer Pricing practice is a proud sponsor of the 35th Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute (HTTI), which will be held November 4-5 in Palo Alto, California.
The annual conference provides leading edge topics relevant to high tech companies and their tax professionals. The High Tech Tax Institute's focus on relevant tax issues for hardware, software and web-based companies, as well as pharmaceutical, biotech, communications and "green" technologies, makes it an invaluable educational tax experience for accountants, attorneys, and corporate representatives who serve high technology companies.
Simon Webber, Managing Director in the Transfer Pricing practice of Duff & Phelps, will speak on the panel titled, “IP Planning and Structure for Intangibles” on Tuesday, November 5.
Schedule: 1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. (PST).
This session will address the following:
- Dealing with different views of tax authorities
- Key differences among jurisdictions
- What if you change your mind?
- Transfer pricing considerations
- PE audits
- OECD activity
- TCJA relevance
Objective valuations for financial reporting, tax and management planning purposes.
Comprehensive transfer pricing advisory covering compliance, planning, controversy and implementation.
Transfer Pricing Controversy/Expert Services
Economic review, analysis of proposed settlements and objective expert testimony in litigation.
Transfer Pricing Valuation Services
Value a range of intangible property, functions and other interests for tax purposes.
Financial Transactions Transfer Pricing Services
Valuation and strategic implementation of financing arrangements covering loans, guarantees, cash pools and preferred equity.
Transfer Pricing Global Compliance Services
Global and local transfer pricing documentation, benchmarking and Country-by-Country reporting compliance.
Transfer Pricing Operational Services
Enhance internal strategic reviews, implementation strategies and assistance in evaluating planning structures and third-party tools.