Transfer Pricing Webinar on 01 October 2020: Supply chains – disruptions, opportunities and the related tax implications
Join our next Transfer Pricing Webinar on Thursday, 1 October 2020, 2.00pm (CET) to discuss different issues that can arise when changing supply chains, including how MNCs are managing supply chain disruptions and opportunities, and the related tax implications.About the Webinar:
In the current environment, companies are looking closely at their supply chains, and assessing the potential impact and forward-looking approach to building and managing more resilient supply chains.
Generally, these changes will have a tax impact.
In this webinar, we will explore what enables a supply chain to mitigate the impact and respond to disruption, as well as the trends we are observing within various industries from a tax perspective.
In particular, we will discuss the following topics:
- Changing manufacturing footprints to ensure supply chain continuity
- Amending distribution arrangements to better ensure that customers can be served
- Setting up alternative shared service arrangements to provide business certainty of key functions
- Inventory and stock adjustments
To discuss this topic, the Deloitte team will be joined by Kiran Jain, Transfer Pricing Manager at Nissan Europe.
- Kiran Jain: Transfer Pricing Manager, Nissan Europe
- Salim Damji: Partner, Transfer Pricing and Value Chain Alignment, Deloitte Switzerland
- Martin Krivinskas: Partner, Transfer Pricing and Value Chain Alignment, Deloitte Switzerland
- Veronique Parmentier: Director, Transfer Pricing and Value Chain Alignment, Deloitte Switzerland
- Jeff Smoleroff: Director, Transfer Pricing and Value Chain Alignment, Deloitte Switzerland
In addition, if you would like us to discuss further topics, please email one of the presenters by 20 September 2020, and if we receive the same request multiple times, we will add this to the agenda.
- Greetings and introductions
- Supply chain trends – overview
- Industry perspective
- Regionalisation and diversification of the supply chain footprint
- Distribution & logistics
- Shared services
- Accelerated Digitalisation
- Digital sales channels
- Q&A and closing
If you would like to discuss more on this topic, please reach out to our key contacts below.
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