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2017 BDO: Transfer Pricing Workshop – Johannesburg
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When: 17 August 2017
From 9:00am until 12:30pm
Where: Spencer Room, BDO
22 Wellington Road,
South Africa
Contact: Thabelo Raivhogo

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The Transfer Pricing landscape in South Africa within a BEPS context – a practical approachThis transfer pricing workshop is designed for Multi-national Enterprises (MNEs) who transact across borders and inter-company.

It is aimed at educating MNEs on South African transfer pricing legislation and practice and the implementation thereof and how to identify and negate transfer pricing risk.

Topics to be covered include the following:

  • South Africa and BEPS
  • Transfer pricing legislation
    • Requirements for South African MNEs
    • Practical transfer pricing application
  • Recent international case law
  • SARS’ audit approach
    • Building a defensible transfer pricing defence file


Roxanna Nyiri

Roxanna has extensive transfer pricing experience in a consulting and auditing role. She consults to large Multinational Enterprises on all aspects of transfer pricing, including supply chain planning, optimal global structuring, mergers and acquisitions, due diligences, tax authority response and negotiation and competent authority submissions. She has been on both sides of the market fence as a transfer pricing specialist for large audit firms in South Africa, the USA and Canada and in financial positions in diverse industries. She was also instrumental in establishing the transfer pricing unit at the South African Revenue Service. Roxanna holds B.Com, H. Dip (Tax Law) and M. Com (Tax – Transfer Pricing) qualifications.

Event Investment

This workshop does not form part of the CPD subscription package.

Date: Thursday, 17 August
Time: 08h30 for 09h00 - 12h30
Venue: Spencer Room, BDO, 22 Wellington Road, Parktown
Cost: R1995

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