MINNEAPOLIS (PRWEB) September 18, 2014
How companies establish transfer pricing strategies, particularly across country borders, is under increasing scrutiny in all areas of business, including captive insurance. Learn ways to get ahead of changing requirements during the Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) webinar Transfer Pricing: Using Documentation to Protect Your Company’s Strategy from 12- 2 p.m. central time, Wed., Oct. 15.
“Effective documentation is important to getting ahead of the impacts of increasing directives from tax authorities and regulators. CICA has created a new resource and is offering this webinar to provide guidance on how to strengthen your documentation to support your company’s risk management strategies,” says Dennis Harwick, CICA president.
A CICA-member task force recently completed a guidance document for captive owners and managers. The document outlines issues and actions stemming from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and tax authorities regarding coherence, substance and transparency.
Webinar presenters are captive insurance leaders and tax experts who collaborated on the creation of the guide. They will discuss strategies for reviewing and strengthening your transfer pricing documentation to address emerging requirements.
- Ian Kilpatrick, founder/director, Advantage Insurance Holdings, Ltd.
- Joel Chansky, PwC director, PricewaterhouseCoopers
- Matt Gravelin, senior manager, Johnson Lambert, LLP
- Moderater: Dennis Harwick, president, Captive Insurance Companies Association
Webinar attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the guidance document. Webinar registration is free for CICA members. Non-member rate is $100.
About the Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA)
CICA is the only global domicile-neutral captive insurance association. CICA is committed to providing the best source of unbiased information, knowledge, and leadership for captive insurance decision makers. CICA is your advocate around the world, key to the captive industry and the resource for captive best practices.
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