From Economics Partners – a Ryan Company, Perry Urken, Principal; Brian Vincent, Principal; Seth Hartig, Director; and David Suhler, Director will be speaking at the 9th Annual NABE Transfer Pricing Symposium July 16–18 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Each year, the NABE Transfer Pricing Symposium gathers leading professionals from business, government, and consulting firms to discuss and debate the most relevant economics topics in the field of transfer pricing.
- Seth Hartig, Director — Transfer Pricing Debate (pros vs. cons)
- Topic: The IRS should publish “reference sets” which could be used to determine the income allocable to certain limited risk functions
- Topic: The distinction between contributions deserving routine vs. non-routine returns is subjective
- Topic: It doesn’t matter that the digital tax proposals are inconsistent with the arm’s-length principle
- Perry Urken, Principal
Topic: Transfer Pricing and Consumer Data in the Digital Age: Does the Importance of Consumer Data to MNCs represent a compelling economic basis to justify the approaches proposed in the OECD’s Digitization initiative?
- David Suhler, Director
Topic: Recent IRS Guidance regarding BEAT, FDII, GILTI, and Captive Services: A Technical Update
- Brian Vincent, Principal
Topic: OECD Discussion Draft on Financial Transactions: Key Implications for the Economic Analysis of Intercompany Financial Transactions