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2019 Transfer Pricing Advisory Programme (Johannesburg)
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2019 Transfer Pricing Advisory Programme (Johannesburg)

2019/06/10 to 2019/06/12
When: 10 - 12 June 2019
From 8:00am until 5:00pm
Where: Deloitte Consulting Building
33, 20 Woodlands Dr, Woodlands
Johannesburg, Gauteng  2080
South Africa
Contact: Wilna de Bryne

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Transfer pricing remains a top priority for revenue authorities globally, with a growing emphasis on audits and disputes. African revenue authorities are increasingly dedicating resources to transfer pricing, with taxpayers being forced to follow suite. The news media continues to insist that billions are being lost in Africa due to transfer pricing misuses and its many variants.

Whatever the merits, one thing is for certain: Transfer pricing is one of the most complicated sets of tax provisions to understand and apply, entailing multiple skill sets (e.g., law, accounting, economics and business acumen). The need for training in this area is accordingly strong, especially when experienced skills remain in short supply. The situation is worsened by the fact that little academic training exists in this area, with almost all efforts being overly theoretical.

In order to mitigate these concerns, SAIT has created face-to-face training programmes in order to develop a cadre of regional transfer pricing experts. These programmes have a practical focus and have been developed in conjunction with top African firms that have in-depth transfer pricing experience.

SAIT Programmes

SAIT’s three-day training sessions are divided into two programmes: compliance (basic) and advisory (advanced). These programmes recur annually and have been in place since 2017. Lectures for each programme will be held in Sandton (Johannesburg) and are offered by leading practitioners in the transfer pricing field.

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