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How to organise your TP department to avoid dispute

January 21, 2014



Governments' hard-line approaches to companies' transfer pricing arrangements has resulted in a rise in transfer pricing cases being resolved in court, explains Fabrizio Lolliri, European director of transfer pricing for Hogan Lovells.

Whilst positive macroeconomic indicators strengthen hopes of a 2014 recovery, many corporations are still feeling the squeeze on their profit margins. As companies attempt to limit the erosion of their profit margins, tax efficiency has become increasingly important; however, governments are continuing to tighten their taxation systems in an attempt to tackle their large budget deficit and tax authorities are examining Transfer Pricing with increased attention. This hard line approach has resulted in a rise of transfer pricing cases being resolved in court.

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