BEPS Australian local file reporting
Are you ready for what’s next?
Trusted Answers in changes for Australian local file reporting in 2018-19
Transfer pricing professionals at BDO and technology experts at Thomson Reuters will offer insights and tips on how to improve your local file process in Year 2, and to understand the new requirements the ATO has introduced for the following year.
Thomson Reuters are proud to be partnering with, BDO, The Tax Institute for this webinar event.
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
11:00 am AEST
LEARNINGS FROM YEAR 1
- Best practice in relation to data collection, review and lodgement
- Common practical challenges and how to overcome them
- Tips for streamlining the process in Year 2
- What the ATO is going to do with the data collected
WHAT’S NEW IN YEAR 2
- Explanation of new local file questions in the 2018 schema
- Overview of detailed Short Form instructions
- Administrative solution
- ATO’s increased expectations for Year 2 lodgements
- Brief recap of other consequences of being an SGE
NATALYA MARENINA – Partner at
Natalya leads BDO’s transfer pricing practice at Brisbane and brings more than a decade of transfer pricing experience both in the UK and Australia. Natalya advises regularly on all aspects of transfer pricing compliance and advisory, including assistance in dealing with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
Natalya has extensive experience in dealing with relevant tax authorities both domestic and overseas, including assisting clients with transfer pricing reviews and audits, and negotiation of both unilateral and bilateral Advance Pricing Arrangements.
Natalya has also worked on various projects involving Significant Global Entities including ATO MAAL reviews, preparation of documentation and Country-by-Country Reporting advisory and compliance.
She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, UK and a Master of Business Administration.
JOEL PHILLIPS – Partner at
Joel has recently joined BDO as Leader for their Transfer Pricing Practice in Sydney. Over the past 20 years he has specialised in international tax and transfer pricing within both the advisory and corporate sector. Prior to joining BDO, Joel spent 10 years at Unilever as a Transfer Pricing Director.
Whilst at Unilever, Joel was accountable for transfer pricing matters over various regions, including the America’s, Asia, Africa, East Europe and SEAA. During this time, Joel lead the cross boarder restructuring of 21 international business models (i.e. their design, implementation and delivery of supporting transfer pricing documentation), the negotiations of 9 complex advanced pricing agreements (“APA’s”) and has participated as a representative of BIAC at the OECD Consultation Meeting for Transfer Pricing regarding BEPS and Intangibles.
JOANNE TING – Transfer Pricing Product Specialist at THOMSON REUTERS
Joanne is the Transfer Pricing Product Specialist for the ANZ region at Thomson Reuters. Thomson Reuters operates in over 100 countries, providing trusted answers to professionals through technology and human expertise. Joanne is the product specialist for Thomson Reuters’ end-to-end transfer pricing content and technology product suite, including research offerings, documentation and benchmarking tools, BEPS compliance & risk analysis technologies, and an operational transfer pricing big data solution.
Joanne is a Chartered Accountant and prior to joining Thomson Reuters in 2017 she worked in the transfer pricing team within KPMG Sydney, assisting multinational corporations with their transfer pricing compliance and advisory needs.
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