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Transfer Pricing Update 2017 by Professors Daniel N.Erasmus & Anneline Venter

Transfer Pricing Update 2017 by Professors Daniel N.Erasmus & Anneline Venter    

In post BEPS world changes have become a frequent feature – and a feature to be ignored at your own peril.

South African authorities have published transfer pricing reporting, record keeping and disclosure requirements as part of their BEPS implementation strategy. These new requirements are comprehensive and detailed.

Non-compliance have dire consequences.  Find out more about TP compliance in South Africa.

On the OECD front an increased focus on the profit split method resulted in new guidance involving, amongst other factors, a new distinguishing between the splitting of actual or anticipated profits; as well as clear guidance on when it would be appropriate to use this method and these approaches. The lack of comparables, for instance, would not be sufficient justification to use the profit split method. Find out more about new requirements for the profit split method and where the value chain analysis fits into this context.

The OECD has also released a new practical toolkit for addressing difficulties in accessing comparable data for transfer pricing analyses.

Find out how these practical tools can assist you in your TP studies.


This update will touch on all of the above changes and more and highlight probable pitfalls.  Make sure you stay informed by attending this informative session.



  • Tax managers and CFO’s of multi-nationals
  • Transfer Pricing advisors
  • Tax managers of multi-national enterprises
  • Tax officials of revenue authorities interested in new OECD publications
  • Anyone interested in the changes to the transfer pricing environment.



Prof Dr. Daniel N Erasmus & Prof. Anneline Venter both have a well established track record in training, lecturing and practicing in the area of Transfer Pricing.

The team, practicing as Tax Risk Management Services: have trained the Federal Revenue Services of Nigeria in Transfer Pricing and assisted with the finalisation of their TP Regulations in 2012.

They have also assisted many prominent Multi-National Enterprises in :

  • drafting successful transfer pricing policies;
  • effectively dealing with transfer pricing audits; and
  • successfully dealing with transfer pricing disputes.

Through their on-line Advanced Diploma in Transfer Pricing:

tax officials from Revenue Authorities of South Africa, Malawi, Kenya, Nigeria, Swaziland, UK, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, etc. have been successfully trained on the fundamental principles of transfer pricing.

Many advisors from the big 4 auditing firms and prominent law firms, as well as tax managers from prominent Multi-National Enterprises have also completed this course in the past 3 to 4 years.



Date   :           Tues. 25 April 2017

Time   :          14:00 – 16:00

Fee     :           R715.00 per attendee


We sincerely look forward to you joining us, on-line for a very interesting and informative update.


To attend, please click on the LINK provided below and process your booking.


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