This webinar will help you understand transfer pricing concepts introduced by the IRAS whilst also explaining its impact from corporate tax, personal income tax and GST perspectives.

Singapore introduced its first transfer pricing e-Tax Guide in 2006. Over the next few years, the IRAS amended this e-Tax Guide from time to time to provide additional guidance on specific matters.

However, the most significant developments on transfer pricing matters recently took place in 2018 when the concept of contemporaneous documentation was introduced along with detailed guidelines on the contents and form of documentation to be maintained by companies. Since then, the IRAS has issued various e-Tax Guides to clarify several transfer pricing matters and align Singapore’s stand with global developments.
In this webinar, our transfer pricing specialist will take you through the journey of transfer pricing from 2018 to date, by providing an update on the various e-Tax Guides issued by the IRAS. Since transfer pricing is merely a valuation mechanism, our specialists will also explain its impact from tax perspectives.

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Munjal Almoula Munjal heads up the firm’s transfer pricing service line. He advises a portfolio of Multinational Companies across sectors. This includes assisting companies design business / operating models, assist companies design pricing policies, assist with the preparation of transfer pricing defence documentation, assist with transfer pricing litigation, and assist companies through Advance Pricing Agreements and Mutual Agreement Procedures.
My Hanh Tran Hanh is a Manager in Grant Thornton's Transfer Pricing practice with over 12 years of experience in transfer pricing advisory in Vietnam and Singapore. She has experience managing various transfer pricing projects including transfer pricing compliance, transfer pricing planning and transfer pricing disputes for clients from Europe, the US and the Asia Pacific. Her experience spans a wide range of sectors including FMCG, automobile, IT, logistics and trading.
Eng Min Lor Eng Min heads up the Corporate and business tax service line of the practice. She also provides domestic and international corporate advice to a broad range of multinational clients from a whole host of industries. She brings with her more than 20 years of expertise in Singapore and international tax planning, and has been actively involved in many projects involving investments into, through and from Singapore to help clients manage their businesses in a tax efficient and holistic manner.
Jeremy O’Neill Jeremy heads up the Goods and Services tax (GST) service line in Grant Thornton Singapore. He specialises in indirect tax matters and also has experience in UK and UAE. Jeremy is known for providing advice that is both technically sound and commercially viable to a portfolio of Multi-national Companies and Small Medium Enterprises across a spectrum of industries.

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