Substance - Can you be challenged?

14 December 2018

Transfer Pricing - Substance, can you be challenged?

The increasing pressure of the OECD and the EU Commission on aligning the taxable profits of a transaction with value creation has made substance a key element for taxpayers.

Most notably, from a transfer pricing perspective, it is even more relevant for multi-jurisdictional taxpayers to ensure that their organizational structure is capable of withstanding the scrutiny from tax authorities globally.             

Grant Thornton in a unique collaboration with its international tax and transfer pricing teams from Luxembourg, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium invites you to understand how we could assist you in adapting and adopting a sound global policy to weather the brewing substance storm.

 

8:30 am: Welcome & registration

9:00 am – 9:15 am: Introductory words by Grant Thornton  Luxembourg

9:15 am – 10:15 am: Panel discussion between Partners from Grant Thornton Luxembourg, Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Germany 

10:15 am – 11:00 am: Meet and greet

Thank you for joining us!

 

Come along and get first-hand insights from our guest speakers
Jean-Nicolas Bourtembourg Partner, International Tax and Transfer Pricing, Grant Thornton Luxembourg. Jean-Nicolas has over 17 years of experience in assisting clients across all sectors on various aspects of international tax and transfer pricing.
Jean-Michel Hamelle Partner, Head of Tax and Accounting, Grant Thornton Luxembourg. Jean-Michel specializes in the financial, industrial and real estate sectors and has significant experience in dealing with Luxembourg direct and indirect tax authorities.
Christoph Ludwig Partner, Tax, Grant Thornton Germany. Christoph specializes in handling the tax and transfer pricing issues related to the automotive, chemicals and pharmacy, mechanical and plant engineering, metals and mining sectors.
Pascal Luquet Partner, International Tax and Transfer Pricing, Grant Thornton France. Pascal has over 25 years of experience in assisting clients of all sizes and sectors in international tax and transfer pricing matters and frequently collaborates with the OECD.
Charles Marais Partner, Head of Transfer Pricing, Grant Thornton Netherlands. Charles has over 13 years of experience in assisting multinationals in a wide range of industries and jurisdictions in assessing and establishing sound and optimal transfer pricing policies.
Leslie Van den Branden Partner, Tax and Legal, Grant Thornton Belgium. Leslie has over 23 years of experience in dealing with transfer pricing issues concerning automotive, chemical, pharma, logistics, information technology, fashion, construction, oil & energy, banking & finance, food & beverage sectors.

Practical details

Date: 14 December 2018 from 8:30 am to 11:00 am

Entrance: Free - Breakfast included 

Subscription: Please kindly register before 12 December at  TP_Events@lu.gt.com

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