Value Chain Analysis (VCA) was incorporated into the regulations following the OECD/G20 BEPS initiative (BEPS Actions 8 - 10), and subsequently, embedded in the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines 2017.
The importance of VCA in the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines, 2017, is revealed in their collective title: “Aligning Transfer Pricing Outcomes with Value Creation”.
In combination, the changes reflected in the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidance, 2017, should essentially result in aligning transfer pricing outcomes with the value creating activities performed by members of an MNE group, by taking an holistic economic view on these activities.
A combined qualitative and quantitative VCA constitutes an important tool can provide such an holistic economic view on the activities of the MNE group.
Based on its extensive experience performing qualitative and quantitative VCA for its clients, TPA Global has developed an unique approach conducting qualitative and quantitative VCA, comprising a number of steps which are described in our online leaflet, which you can download by clicking on the button below:
Please feel free to contact one of the persons mentioned below for more information:
Partner, TPA Global
+31 20 894 2559
YING VAN GALEN-WANG
Director, TPA Global
+31 20 262 2986
Associate, TPA Global
+31 20 894 2553
This workshop will not only provide insights into the latest national and international developments in the field of analytics applied by governments, but will also allow for sufficient dialogue amongst participants and presenters alike to share best practices around designing a Tax Risk Management Strategy going forward.
How to manage Global Tax Controversy?
How to use Value Chain Analysis as a risk management tool?
How to Use Tax Technology to stay one step ahead of the tax authorities?
Time: 9.00 AM - 6.30 PM London (GMT)
Venue: De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, London (UK)
Registration fee: GBP 375 per person (excl. VAT)