“In light of recent high profile tax cases and the BEPS guidelines, it is imperative that TP professionals understand the impact of these developments, as well as those of neglecting available data,” said Jarczyk.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) April 19, 2017
ktMINE, an intellectual property (IP), innovation, and intangible asset information services firm, announced today that their President and CEO, David R. Jarczyk, will speak at the fifth annual University of San Diego Transfer Pricing Symposium on April 27-28, 2017, at their main campus in San Diego, California.
The event is designed for professional service providers in global tax, finance, accounting and legal areas, and will bring government, academic, and industry experts together to discuss key issues facing Transfer Pricing (TP) professionals. This year’s agenda includes topics such as “Key Legislative and Regulatory Developments,” “Ethical Considerations in a Post-BEPS World” and “How Have Companies Reacted to BEPS Recommendations and EU Commission Actions.”
At ktMINE, Jarczyk is focused on finding, organizing, and connecting the world’s IP information to provide the most comprehensive data access to IP owners and analysts across the globe. David will leverage his extensive expertise in TP and royalty and licensing data as part of the “It’s Academic!... Current Macro and Micro Themes” panel alongside panelists from Andersen Tax, Boston University and Weatherford International. This year, the panel will discuss a macro view of how proposed legislative changes may impact the approach to TP economic analysis. The panel will also discuss, from a micro perspective, how software tools can aid TP practitioners on intangible asset analysis given current directions in IRS enforcement.
“In light of recent high profile tax cases and the BEPS guidelines, it is imperative that TP professionals understand the impact of these developments, as well as those of neglecting available data,” said Jarczyk. “The USD Transfer Pricing Symposium is the perfect forum to discuss these issues and educate TP professional on the tools, such as ktMINE, that will streamline their process and strengthen their analyses.”
For additional information about the University of San Diego Transfer Pricing Symposium and to register, please visit the University of San Diego website. As a State Bar of California approved provider of MCLE credits, the Symposium is certified for general MCLE hours of Legal Specialization in Taxation Law.
ktMINE, headquartered in Chicago, IL, is an IP, innovation, and intangible assets information firm founded in 2008. Focused on mining, organizing and connecting the world’s IP information, ktMINE provides Transfer Pricing professionals across the globe access to unparalleled data and analytics needed for strong and defensible analyses. For more information, visit http://www.ktmine.com, or contact ktMINE to schedule a meeting.