Transfer Pricing and Intellectual PropertyIMF Academy
- 7 Lernstunden
Häufig gestellte Fragen
· Welche Ziele werden in diesem Kurs verfolgt?
In this unique distance learning course the authors will look at intangibles from the complementary perspectives of Transfer Pricing and valuation. As there is no single definition of Intellectual Property (IP) in use today by tax authorities or the OECD, the authors provide a framework in order to capture the various characteristics of Intellectual Property. Next, they touch upon the methods that have been provided by the OECD to establish arm’s length pricing or valuation of intra-group transactions of Intellectual Property, as well as the practical implementation of these methods.
· An wen richtet sich dieser Kurs?
This unique, toplevel distance learning course on Transfer Pricing and Intellectual Property is a must for corporate tax and Intellectual Property legal counsels, Intellectual Property and licensing executives, in-house Transfer Pricing managers, advisors Transfer Pricing, international tax executives, tax directors, accountants, tax inspectors, controllers and CFO’s, tax attorneys and solicitors, CPA’s and lawyers.
· Worin unterscheidet sich dieser Kurs von anderen?
IMF Academy is an independent publisher focusing on business information for managers and decision-makers in large and middle-sized companies and non-profit organisations. During the past 20 years, we gained a solid reputation by providing to-the-point and valuable information about topics both critical and of current interest. We are specialist in providing business information by means of distance learning courses; courses fully aimed at self-study. Topics vary from subjects in the area of Information Technology, Finance/Tax, Project Management and (IT) Security Management. Most courses are in the Dutch language; others are published worldwide in the English language. Our courses are mainly edited by specialists working at the large international consultancy organisations like (among many others) PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Atos Origin, IBM Business Consulting Services, Capgemini, EY (Ernst & Young), Sogeti and Transfer Pricing Associates. Our authors and trainers are all leading specialists in their field.
· Welche Schritte folgen nach der Informationsanfrage?
IMF Academy uses distance learning as an alternative and a complement to traditional training methods in order to make course materials accessible to large audiences worldwide. The greatest advantage is to be not confined by such constraints as geographical location and time. Thus, any client, anywhere in the world, can benefit from IMF Academy’s distance learning programs at a time and place convenient to him or her. At the end of every distance learning course, you receive a certificate, acknowledging completion of the course.
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
Transfer Pricing and Intangibles: Introduction
Intangibles: Transfer Pricing Labels
Identification and Ownership
Valuation of Intangibles
Business Models: Intellectual Property (IP) Configurations
Intellectual Property (IP) Law and Transfer Pricing
Accounting definitions of Intellectual Property (IP) and Transfer Pricing
Corporate Income Tax aspects of Intellectual Property (IP) and Transfer Pricing
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Transfer Pricing and Intangibles, one of the most important areas of Transfer Pricing today!
With the shift towards a more knowledge-based and service-oriented economy, intangible assets such as trademarks, brands, patents, know-how and technology, account for an increasing part of the business value. The accurate and complete taxation and valuation of Intellectual Property (IP) and other intangible assets is therefore essential.
Transfer Pricing and Intangibles: a continuing battlefield
Transfer Pricing and intangibles are one of the most important areas of Transfer Pricing at the moment. General consensus among taxpayers and tax authorities alike is that there is currently insufficient international guidance, in particular regarding the definition, identification and valuation of intangibles for Transfer Pricing purposes. The outcomes of OECD’s project on intangibles are likely be far reaching and as such this promises to be the most challenging and ambitious project that OECD have undertaken to date.
What will you learn in the course Transfer Pricing and Intellectual Property?
In this unique distance learning course the authors will look at intangibles from the complementary perspectives of Transfer Pricing and valuation.
As there is no single definition of Intellectual Property (IP) in use today by tax authorities or the OECD, the authors provide a framework in order to capture the various characteristics of Intellectual Property. Next, they touch upon the methods that have been provided by the OECD to establish arm’s length pricing or valuation of intra-group transactions of Intellectual Property, as well as the practical implementation of these methods.