Finally….the final transfer pricing guidance

Update on IBOR
December 19, 2019
A practical transfer pricing approach for treasury professionals: how to price pooled transactions?
June 24, 2020

Webinar – 11am, 9 April 2020

In February 2020, the OECD issued its final guidance on the transfer pricing aspects of intercompany financial transactions.  As this guidance is endorsed by 135 countries in the world, tax and treasury professionals cannot underestimate its impact.

During this interactive webinar, we will highlight the main principles on intercompany financing, cash pools and financial guarantees. This will be commented with practical examples whereby particular attention will be given on the impact for inhouse treasury teams, as well as one the viewpoints of tax authorities have in this environment. Finally, we will also make the link between the new guidance and specific actions that treasurers are nowadays taking in a COVID-19 context.


David Ledure, Partner PwC Tax & Legal services.  David has more than 20 years experience in transfer pricing and international tax, with a particular focus on financing and treasury.  In this respect, he assists many groups in the development of defendable and workable intercompany finance policies, negotiates upfront agreements with tax authorities, assist them during tax audits, etc.  David also leads PwC’s global “Financial Transactions Transfer Pricing” network.

Alexis De Méyère, Director PwC Tax & Legal services. Alexis joined PwC’s tax network in 2008, and focuses mainly today on substance challenges for IP, financing and treasury and business restructuring. Alexis is hence predominantly active in the documentation and policies’ setting of financial transactions: intercompany loans, guarantees, cash pooling, factoring, credit risk management, etc. In parallel, Alexis lectures at ESSF and ICHEC, and leads the China Business Group for PwC Belgium.

This event is restricted to corporate treasury members only.