This session will explore the advanced draft Legal Notice on Transfer Pricing. It will provide an overviews of the scope, exemptions, compliance requirements and timelines that are being proposed by the new legislation.
The most current implications of the said rules to the Maltese business landscape will also be identified and discussed.
This session is relevant to CFOs, Tax Professionals, CSPs, Accountants and Lawyers.
A basic understanding of tax and accounting concepts are useful.
- OECD TP 2017 Guidelines (available for free reading online on the OECD website; against purchase if downloaded)
- This session will explore and discuss the draft for consultation.
- Prior required reading for each session: slidepack for and OECD TP Guidelines relevant to the session.
- Additional reference material would be suggested during each session.
- Slidepack for the given lecture will be distributed on the Wednesday prior to each lecture.
Delegates are encouraged to send their questions to the trainers before each session, via email. Questions can also be sent via the chat during the live session.
Time: 15:30 – 17:15 (including 15 minutes break)
Venue:Live online session – Closer to the date, participants will be provided with an option to attend in-person, depending on the COVID-19 circumstances prevailing at the time.
CPE Hours: This course qualifies for 1.5 hours of structured CPE which can be classified as Core Competency. A certificate of attendance will be provided at the end of the session.
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