Weekly transfer pricing roundup – 19 June 2017

Now that all the excitement of the signing of the MLIs is over, what does that mean? The OECD states that 67 countries have signed the MLI with an additional nine countries having expressed their intent to sign. The OECD expects another 25 – 30 countries to sign. This means there will be approximately 100 countries that have signed up to these MLIs shorty. This is in line with the 99 countries that have signed up for the Inclusive Framework. The signed MLIs will modify approximately 1,100 tax treaties to implement the following four action points: Continue reading “Weekly transfer pricing roundup – 19 June 2017”

Weekly transfer pricing roundup – 12 June 2017

Last week was a very historic week for transfer pricing enthusiasts all around the world. 67 jurisdictions signed MLIs in line with the BEPS framework to reduce the opportunity for tax avoidance. The signing of the MLIs is likely to result in 1100 tax treaties being amended, which usually would take decades. Continue reading “Weekly transfer pricing roundup – 12 June 2017”