Past Seminars / Events
Programme Code : 20180227
Event Date : 27 February 2018 (Tuesday)
Time : 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Venue : Rm 201, 2/F, 15 Hennessy Road, Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, Wanchai, Hong Kong View google map
Speakers : Ms. Neha Shah, Head of Transfer Pricing, APAC, Bureau van Dijk
Language : English
CPD Credit : 2 hrs
Proficiency Level : Intermediate Level
Document : Flyer 20180227.pdf
Fee : HK $ 250 for TIHK member / student
HK $ 350 for Non-member
HK $ 300 for members of organizations of CPD Alliance

The Asia Pacific region has seen an increase in focus on transfer pricing (TP). And with the new transfer pricing regime announced by the Hong Kong government, there is now a greater emphasis on complying with TP documentation by multi-national corporations. 


To be compliant with the new regulations and laws, corporations may rely on external firms to prepare the TP documentation or do so in house, depending on the resources and expertise available. Corporations are now seeking flexible and effective ways to perform transfer pricing analysis, benchmarking and manage TP documentation.


At this seminar, our subject matter expert on TP will share the basics of preparing a TP study and the benchmarking process. She will also share the key areas to consider for benchmarking and external comparability. Join us for a session to learn and be updated on:  

 The fundamentals of Transfer pricing

 Benchmarking: The process and critical considerations when benchmarking

 Case study: Preparing a Transfer pricing study

Speaker Profile Content :
Ms. Neha Shah, Head of Transfer Pricing, APAC, Bureau van Dijk

Neha is a Chartered Accountant (India) and has over 10 years of professional experience specializing in transfer pricing and international tax. She is the Head of Transfer Pricing for the Asia-Pacific Region for Bureau van Dijk, based in Singapore. Earlier she was in a similar role for the USA and Canada market, based in New York. Her role involves supporting clients across Asia-Pacific region spanning 23 countries. It comprises training the clients providing relevant updates and practical insights and working with the product development team for innovations.

Her prior experience includes working with Big4 accounting firms – KPMG, Ernst & Young and corporates – Jefferies & Company in some of the most dynamic economies of the world – Singapore; New York and Mumbai. She is also a regular speaker at various events across the world on transfer pricing including events organized by OECD, World Bank.