Transfer pricing

In today’s increasingly global economy, international expansion is a critical growth strategy for businesses of all sizes and in almost every industry. However, with tax authorities around the world allocating ever more resources to enforcement of their transfer pricing laws, the task of setting transfer prices for intercompany transactions is becoming more complex and fraught with risk.

Multinational businesses – including small and medium firms – need a carefully thought out transfer pricing strategy that mitigates the risks of forced adjustments and penalties, and also aligns with strategic business objectives ranging from improving cash flow and supply chain efficiency to managing global effective tax rates and uncertain tax positions.

DFK International Transfer Pricing Handbook
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Dr. Alexander Reichl

Angler and hiker.

Qualification as tax consultant. He began his career in 2005 at Peters, Schönberger & Partner and moved to Flick Gocke Schaumburg in 2010. He returned to Peters, Schönberger & Partner in 2013.
Partner.

Dr. Axel von Bredow

Alpine touring enthusiast and mountain biker.

Qualification as tax consultant; doctorate (Dr. oec. publ.) at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich. He began his career in 2007 and joined Peters, Schönberger & Partner in 2011.
Partner.

Roland W. Graf

Tennis player and skier.

Qualification as attorney-at-law and tax consultant. He began his career in 1991 at KPMG in Munich and worked as a senior manager in the tax department prior to joining Peters, Schönberger & Partner in 2000.
Partner.

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PSP München: Transfer Pricing Services - Case Study

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Our consulting services:

 We can help you navigate global transfer pricing risks and opportunities by:

  • Teaming up with you to design or review transfer pricing policies for the cross-border movement of goods, services and/or intangibles
  • Preparing transfer pricing documentation to evaluate the arm’s length character of intercompany transactions based on the respective national transfer pricing regulations and laws in foreign jurisdictions
  • Valuing intangible property, including trade names, software rights, manufacturing know-how
  • Assisting in negotiating advance pricing agreements with national and foreign tax authorities to avoid potential future disputes
  • Defending transfer pricing positions in local U.S. and foreign tax audits and supporting clients through Mutual Agreement Procedure and Competent Authority processes

Why PSP? A strong and global team!

Our transfer pricing professionals will assist you and/or your trusted adviser in your country in developing transfer pricing strategies, selecting the appropriate pricing methods, and preparing analysis and documentation to support transfer pricing results. In the event of an audit, we will ensure that you are well prepared to defend your pricing around the world. If support is needed in several countries, we can involve partners with international experience with whom we regularly cooperate in a cost effective, strategic manner.