Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) July 12, 2016
ktMINE, an innovation and intangible assets information services firm, announced today that they are a Gold Sponsor of the 2016 National Association of Business Economics (NABE) Transfer Pricing Symposium, taking place from July 19 - 21, 2016, in Washington, D.C. The Symposium gathers the leading professionals from businesses, governments, and consulting firms to discuss and debate the most relevant economics topics in the field of Transfer Pricings.
ktMINE’s David R. Jarczyk, President & CEO, and Brett Schoell, Business Development Manager, will represent ktMINE at the symposium. With the OECD’s implementation of the BEPS initiative, practitioners have been left with the uncertainty of this new landscape. ktMINE will be sharing how it’s data and tools support thorough due diligence in Transfer Pricing matters as well as support BEPS documentation through independent party evidence. The latest BEPS interpretations and considerations will be a hot topic of discussion throughout the symposium.
The NABE Transfer Pricing Symposium uniquely focuses on the economics of Transfer Pricing and the latest technical thinking in this area. Participants will engage with a diverse set of views and insights and enjoy ample opportunities to network with Transfer Pricing colleagues from a wide range of organizations, sectors, and perspectives. The Symposium is conducted by NABE's Transfer Pricing Roundtable, chaired by Karen Kirwan of Ernst & Young, Jill Weise of Duff & Phelps, Thomas Herr of KPMG, and Perry Urken of Economics Partners, LLC.
ktMINE, headquartered in Chicago, IL, is an innovation and intangible assets information firm founded in 2008. Focused on mining, organizing and connecting the world’s IP information, ktMINE provides businesses across the globe access to insights on industry players, technologies, and developments. For more information, visit http://www.ktmine.com, or contact ktMINE to schedule a meeting.