Transfer Pricing Services
Transfer pricing refers to the inter-company pricing arrangements between related parties on the transfer of goods, services or intangibles.
With global trade growing rapidly, multinational companies are frequently confronted with complex issues associated with intercompany pricing. Transfer pricing audits are one of the top priorities for the China tax authorities. China tax authorities are imposing new contemporaneous documentation requirements on companies in relation to their transfer pricing arrangements, and failure to comply can result in significant penalties. As many countries have specific transfer pricing legislations, compliance with the different requirements of various tax jurisdictions is a complicated and time-consuming task. Transfer pricing is often listed as the most important international tax issue faced by multinational companies. You may need:
- Advice on transfer pricing documentation requirements in the Mainland China, Hong Kong and / or other jurisdictions.
- Assistance in responding to the China tax authorities’ transfer pricing audit/enquiry.
- Advice on how to manage your China transfer pricing policies and procedures.
We have a strong international network of dedicated transfer pricing professionals. Our transfer pricing team will help you develop China transfer pricing and to coordinate global transfer pricing. Whether your intercompany pricing issues involve the sale of goods, the provision of services, the transfer of intangible property or cross-border financing, Mazars’ experienced transfer pricing professionals can help you with a full range of transfer pricing services. Our services include:
- Dispute resolution
- Risk and opportunity assessments, etc.
Mazars provides cost-effective transfer pricing assistance based on an understanding of your business. Through Mazars’ own offices in over 50 countries and our membership in Praxity, a global alliance of independent firms, we are able to draw upon transfer pricing professionals worldwide to serve the dynamic needs of multinational clients.