The Transfer Pricing Law Review - 7th Edition

The Transfer Pricing Law Review - 7th Edition

Pages: 213

ISBN: 978-1-80449-178-2

  • $438.00

The Transfer Pricing Law Review provides a high-level overview of the main transfer pricing rules in key jurisdictions worldwide. Each chapter summarises the relevant country's substantive transfer pricing rules, explains how a transfer pricing dispute is handled – from initial scrutiny through to litigation or settlement – and discusses the interaction between transfer pricing and other parts of the tax code (such as withholding taxes, customs duties and attempts to prevent double taxation).

In this book: 


  • Editors' Preface
    Steve Edge and Dominic Robertson
    Slaughter and May


  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Cyprus
  • Germany
  • Indonesia
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Luxembourg
  • Mexico
  • Switzerland
  • USA
  • United Kingdom

Steve Edge, Slaughter and May

Steve advises on the tax aspects of private and public mergers, acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures and on business and transaction structuring (including transfer pricing in all its aspects) more generally.  A large part of Steve's practice involves advising non-UK multinationals (particularly those based elsewhere in Europe and in the US) on cross-border transactions and tax issues of various types. In that area of his practice, he works closely with other leading international tax advisers around the world.

In recent years, Steve has been heavily involved in several large scale interventions under HMRC’s high risk corporates programme and in many in-depth tax investigations of specific domestic or international issues including transfer pricing in particular.

Steve is ranked as a star individual in the most recent editions of Chambers UK, Chambers Europe and Chambers Global. He is listed as a leading individual for Corporate Tax and is recommended for Tax Litigation and Investigations in The Legal 500, 2016. Steve is listed in Who’s Who Legal 2016 and the ITR’s Tax Controversy Leaders Guide 2016. Steve also appears in the Tax Directors’ Handbook 2016, TDH250 (the best individual tax advisers in the world (according to clients)).

Dominic Robertson, Slaughter and May

Dominic joined Slaughter and May in 2004, and became a tax partner in 2014. Dominic advises a wide range of clients on all areas of UK corporate tax law. His practice covers advice on structuring and other tax aspects of M&A and other corporate finance transactions; tax enquiries and disputes, including transfer pricing/DPT disputes and EU tax state aid investigations; and stand-alone tax advisory work, including group reorganisations, CFCs, and the tax treatment of IP.

Dominic is listed as a leading individual for corporate tax in Chambers UK, 2017 and is also listed in the ITR’s Tax Controversy Leaders Guide 2016. Dominic has previously been named by the Tax Journal as one of their ‘40 under 40’ leading young UK tax professionals.

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