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4th Annual Africa Transfer Pricing Summit 2015
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2015/09/09 to 2015/09/11
When: 9 September 2015 until the 11 September 2015
From 08:00 until 16:45
Where: Sandton Convention Centre
161 Maude Street,
Johannesburg, Gauteng  2196
South Africa
Contact: Kathleen Smith

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The 4th Annual Africa Transfer Pricing Summit will take place 9 - 11 September 2015 at the Sandton Convention Centre.

Join us for this 3 day event and hear TP experts share their opinion on the latest challenges experienced during their individual presentations, participate in a number of workshops and thought leadership round tables as well as join the debate during a regulators panel, plus more...

Hear comment from the following Advisors, Key Corporate Firms and the Regulators:
Billy Joubert Deloitte
Jens Brodbeck ENSafrica
Christian Wiesener KPMG
Karen Miller Deloitte
Michiel Els Hogan Lovells
Roxanna Nyiri BDO
Anton Lückhoff Bureau van Dijk
Lara Witte EY
Ana-Celia Mendes GE
Karl Muller Unilever
Jeanne Havinga Standard Bank

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Course Content

Day One – Wednesday 9th September

08h00 Registration and Early Morning Refreshments
08h30 Opening Address
Lee Corrick Senior Advisor Tax Transparency & Transfer Pricing OECD
  • An update on the OECD/G20 BEPS Project in the context of developing countries
  • An overview of the development of toolkits by the OECD and other international and regional organisations to assist developing countries implement the BEPS solutions
  • (focussing on the transfer pricing toolkits)
  • The Post BEPS era
09h15 Transfer Pricing: A Contemporary Tax Challenge Facing Africa – Tanzanian Case Study Mr. Kayobyo Majogoro TP Specialist Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA)
10h00 Refreshment Break and Networking Opportunity
10h30 Malawi Case Study Commissioner Nellie Jimu Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) Ephraim Tembo Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA)
11h15 Addressing The Challenges of Transfer Pricing in Ghana William Kofi Owusu Demitia WTS Ghana
12h00 Lunch
13h00 Nigeria transfer pricing post implementation
Ajayi Bamidele Coordinating Director, Enforcement Support Group Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Nigeria
13h45 Expected implications of transfer pricing-related BEPS Actions on tax administration in Zambia
Berlin Msiska Commissioner General Zambian Revenue Authority
Abraham Chisenga Zambian Revenue Authority
14h30 Refreshment Break and Networking Opportunity
15h00 Update on the BEPS participation in relation to Action 8 – 10 and Action 13 Thulani Shongwe Secrétariat African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF)

15h45 Our aim is to assist you in developing a relationship with the most notable African Revenue Authorities from a South African business perspective by introducing you to the Commissioners and his/her TP Specialists.

We will open the floor for contained conversation after which a summary report will be developed and disseminated to all attendees.
16h30 Close of day one

Day Two - Thursday 10th September

08h00 Registration and Early Morning Refreshments
Chair: Okkie Kellerman ENSafrica
08h30 The effect of Illicit Outflow of Funds on African countries and the consequences thereof Michiel Els Hogan Lovells
09h15 Challenges associated with the lack of suitable comparables from a South African and African Perspective Christian Wiesener KPMG
10h00 Refreshment Break and Networking Opportunity
10h15 Comparable and determined range of results Anton Lückhoff Sales Manager, Africa Bureau van Dijk
11h00 Global TP Documentation Strategies Lara Witte EY
11h45 PE: the new frontier JP Borman and Cor Kraamwinkel PwC
12h30 Lunch
13h30 Economic Substance Requirements – does a TP model based on sub-contracting still work in the post-BEPS environment Jens Brodbeck ENSafrica
14h15 Managing double taxation through effective dispute resolution Karen Miller Deloitte
15h00 Refreshment Break and Networking Opportunity
15h15 Secondary adjustments to TP Billy Joubert Deloitte
16h00 Roxanna Nyiri BDO
16h45 Close of day two

Day Three - Friday 11th September


Chair: Keith Engel, Deputy CEO, SAIT/
08h00 Registration and Early Morning Refreshments
08h30 to 16h00 (Tea and Lunch will be served throughout the course of the day)

The purposes of day two is to share experiences in order to confirm and establish recurring themes. The delegates will be divided into three groups (depending on numbers on the day), you will be assigned a chairperson and topic for discussion, after each discussion period a feedback session will be held, after which time you will move to the next table, and so forth. We imagine you being involved in a minimum of three though leadership sessions.

Your Workshop Leaders include:

  • Ana-Celia Mendes GE
  • Karl Muller Unilever
  • Jeanne Havinga Standard Bank
  • Christo Landman Liberty
  • Thabo Legwaila Citi Group
  • Caolifhionn Van Der Walt SASOL

  • Please click here to download the programme

    Event Investment

    Days: Price
    Register for all 3 days  R11 499 + (14% VAT) = R13 108.86
    Register for 2 days  R10 499 + (14% VAT) = R11 986.86
    Register for 1 day R6 499 + (14% VAT) = R7 408.86


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