As the OECD enters the final stage of its work on base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), multinationals everywhere are beginning to pay serious attention. The discussion drafts already issued and those still to come will spell big changes in the way tax authorities consider companies' international transactions.

Persistent transfer pricing issues such as how to value intangibles, as well as the moral hazard concept as it pertains to the OECD’s recent draft on risk, recharacterization and special measures, continue to be controversial topics. Multinationals are also preparing to comply with anticipated requirements for country-by-country reporting and other OECD recommendations. 

Join OECD and government officials, along with high-level experts from the private sector, at the fifth annual Bloomberg BNA and Baker & McKenzie Global Transfer Pricing Conference - Washington, DC. Now more than ever, companies need to pay fullest attention to the regulatory changes underway and the political and economic forces that are shaping them; this two-day Conference presents the industry’s essential thinking and analysis and has become the go-to destination for the world’s leading multinationals.

Educational Course Credit — Up to 9 CPE / CLE Credits Available