A study of transfer pricing in the Asia-Pacific
The CPA Australia Taxation Centre of Excellence is undertaking a thought leadership project on transfer pricing in the Asia-Pacific region. This comprehensive research seeks to identify transfer pricing issues facing small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across more than 15 jurisdictions.
Following the completion of our survey across 15 jurisdictions earlier this year, we are undertaking a series of Think Tank sessions with invited experts during October 2022 to inform our analysis of the survey results.
The findings will be used by CPA Australia to support our advocacy on behalf of multinational SMEs and transfer pricing practitioners across the region.
If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected].
Role and purpose
The role of the Taxation Centre of Excellence is to provide members with the opportunity to help shape and contribute to the development of tax policy. It ensures CPA Australia is a leading voice on tax issues.
The Taxation Centre of Excellence acts in an advisory capacity to:
- provide input into tax policy, legislation and administration
- identify current and emerging issues relevant to the profession
- provide thought leadership
- support CPA Australia in the development of tax products and professional resources.
Areas of interest
Members possess extensive taxation expertise, and are typically interested in:
- direct, indirect and international taxation
- regulation of tax professionals
- tax policy design
- effective administration of taxes.
- Alexis Kokkinos CPA, Chair
- Christina Allen CPA
- Stuart Drake CPA
- Ken Fehily FCPA
- David Hall FCPA
- Aaron Ng CPA
- Michael Parker ASA
- Krunal Patel CPA
- Ian Raspin FCPA
- Sue Williamson FCPA
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