Transfer Pricing Characterisation – Why does it matter?

The risk-reward theory in economics states that higher the risk, higher the return. This principle of economics is also used in transfer pricing (TP) to determine the arm’s length compensation of the transacting parties.

Relevance of Force Majeure in Transfer Pricing Amidst Current Turbulence

Given the scale of disruption caused by COVID-19, many businesses are posed with a serious risk of dislocation of their supply chains and inability to meet business obligations, resulting in potential breach of legal contracts.

Emerging Need to Effectively Operationalise Transfer Pricing

As TP has expansive implications on business beyond tax, more organisations are realising a need to put systems in place to effectively operationalise TP in this era of tax transformation

Transfer Pricing – Navigating a New Landscape

Although Malaysia isn’t a member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), we are committed to supporting the international transfer pricing regime.

Re-examining Transfer Pricing Documentation

The Inland revenue board malaysia (IRBM) announced new updates to the Transfer Pricing Guidelines 2012, effective from 15 July 2017, which introduced changes to the chapters on Arm’s Length Principle, Intangibles, Commodity Transactions and Documentation. We check out the impacts.

Transfer Pricing Updates

What You Need to Know about the Malaysian Updates to Transfer Pricing Guidelines incorporating the BEPS Action Plans 8 to 10.