The global tax system is changing rapidly as a result of coordinated actions by governments and of unilateral measures designed by individual countries, both intended to tackle concerns over Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) and perceived international harmful tax practices of multinationals.
KPMG’s Value Chain Tax Masterclass (MasterClass) will help you with essential guidance in your business planning strategies taking into account that tax and customs authorities have advanced their expertise and knowledge, and performed in-depth analysis and comprehensive audit combining several inter-related areas, including Customs, International tax and Transfer Pricing.
We will highlight the key changes and discuss the impact of the new Vietnamese regulations that go beyond transfer pricing and expand to the context of BEPS Action Plan from OECD. The new Vietnamese regulations streamline the local transfer pricing regime and will impact companies’ cross-border operations.
Our experienced advisors will be available to discuss the following:
Forward-thinking companies should embrace the tax reforms and regulatory changes to use their intercompany policies as strategic tools for business operation and value chain decisions in Vietnam, as well as for global tax planning taking into account an integral view of business, transfer pricing, customs and international tax treaties, from sourcing of raw materials to sale of finished products, contemplating the key value drivers.
Navigating the proliferation of BEPS-driven requirements will require careful risk based approach to reduce the likelihood of challenges, limit potential double taxation, and integrate tax planning into business operations to help maximize growth opportunities, minimize expenses and risk, enhance return on investment, and drive efficiencies across operations.
This part of the Master Class will be case driven and elaborate on: