Fundamentals in Transfer Pricing

This training course aims to provide the participants with a general introduction to transfer pricing.

26. juni 2015, 8:00 - 18:00, CET Hellerup , Danmark

This training course aims to provide the participants with a general introduction to transfer pricing, focusing on the OECD methods and how to conduct a functional analysis from a practical perspective.

Furthermore, it gives the participants a great opportunity to network with other professionals from large and medium size multinationals in Denmark. 


When & Where

Friday 26 June, 2015

All-day event

KPMG Acor Tax

Tuborg Havnevej 18, 5th floor

2900 Hellerup



  • What is transfer pricing and the arm's length principle
  • Overview of transfer pricing guidelines
  • Functional analysis
  • Comparability and OECD transfer pricing methods
  • Benchmarking overview
  • Documentation and informationrequirements
  • Case: A tax audit
    A look into the future (BEPS, Country by Country, etc.)


Target Group

  • Transfer pricing professionals with little to 3 years of experience
  • Professionals working in departments with business functions
    that, (e.g. controllers in the finance-or bookkeeping department)



The aim of the course is to have all participants actively involved, hence the participants should expect group work and to give presentations during the course.



Participation counts as a full education day, and the participants will receive a diploma after completion of the course.

The training course will be held in English.



For more information on this event, including terms of payment etc. please contact TP Manager Roberto Zanaldi ( or at +45 5374 7045



Please register with Christina Jørgensen ( no later than June 12, 2015


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