Engagement in complex transactions by multinational corporations results in compliance requirements issues in multiple tax jurisdictions. An increase in the regulatory environment causes corporations to face more scrutiny in the enforcement of the arm’s length principle on intercompany pricing by the U.S. and by international tax authorities. This introductory course is appropriate for accounting and finance professionals seeking to increase their knowledge in the international pricing of intercompany transactions (e.g., goods and services in a company’s supply chain) as it relates to regulatory compliance, financial reporting and strategic planning.
Course Number: BUSA-40785
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)