Transfer Pricing insights from the Swiss Federal Tax Authorities: Join our webinar on 26 January at 3PM CET - Tax and Legal blog

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Join us to discuss the latest transfer pricing insights from the SFTA with Dr Natassia Burkhalter-Martinez, Head of Transfer Pricing & Rulings Team n°6 on Tuesday, 26 Januar 2021 at 3PM CET.

About the Webinar

The 45 minute exchange session will give us the opportunity to discuss transfer pricing insights and “hot” topics from the perspective of the Swiss Federal Tax Authorities, notably including:

  • A presentation of the Transfer Pricing & Rulings Team in charge of TP rulings at the Swiss Federal Tax Authorities. Dr Natassia Burkhalter-Martinez will introduce us to her team, its organisation, fields of expertise and ongoing projects;
  • Relationships between the Federal Tax Administration, the State Secretariat for International Finance and the cantonal tax authorities as regards transfer pricing matters;
  • Dr Natassia Burkhalter-Martinez view on the latest OECD updates and releases; and
  • A discussion on other recent transfer pricing developments, as well as practical and technical transfer pricing considerations.


  • Dr Natassia Burkhalter-Martinez, SFTA
  • George Galumov, Director, Deloitte Switzerland 
  • Frederic Pili, Senior Manager Deloitte Switzerland 


Register here


If you would like to discuss more on this topic, please do reach out to our key contacts below:

Key contacts

Salim Damji_2

Salim Damji - Partner, Transfer Pricing 

Salim Damji joined Deloitte Switzerland as a transfer pricing and BMO partner in our Zurich office from another Big Four firm in Switzerland. Salim has been a Big Four firm’s partner for approximately 14 years. He primarily works with Swiss groups to assist them in developing transfer pricing models which are globally sustainable, Advance Pricing Agreements, Mutual Agreement Processes, and Business Restructuring issues. Salim, who works extensively in the field of Intellectual Property, started his career in the UK, before moving to Switzerland in 2005 and worked in the UK, USA, and Switzerland. He holds degrees from Oxford University and Southampton University. .


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Martin Krivinskas -  Partner, Transfer Pricing 

Martin is an international tax partner with 20 years experience working on international tax matters. He has worked extensively with global multinationals, with a particular focus on helping international group’s mitigate tax risk and manage their effective tax rates. Martin has significant experience of supporting clients with a wide range of transfer pricing and international tax matters and is part of Deloitte` s Global Value Chain Alignment leadership team. Martin`s clients are predominantly in the life sciences, industrial products and consumer products industries.

Martin is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation


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George Galumov - Director, Transfer Pricing 

George has more than 12 years of transfer pricing experience covering tax and transfer pricing aspects of various intra-group transactions, including business model and transaction flow design, M&A activity, as well as more mainstream transfer pricing documentation and planning engagements. George has worked with a number of leading multinational corporations including FTSE 100 companies, leading energy and resources businesses, financial services institutions and private equity owned businesses. George has an MSc in Energy Trade and Finance from Cass Business School and is a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.



Frederic Pili - Senior Manager, Transfer Pricing

Frederic is a senior manager within the Geneva transfer pricing team. He has been involved in significant projects in global planning, global documentation projects, as well as transfer pricing controversy in France and in Switzerland. He also managed several restructuring and IP-related projects, and monitored the implementation of cost sharing agreements.



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