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Quantera Global Newsletter – February 2020

In this Newsletter we would like to keep you up to date on relevant Transfer Pricing developments in an
accessible manner.

We are pleased to keep you informed about the most important national and global developments in tax
law that are (closely) related to the transfer pricing world.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
You may send an e-mail to marketing@quanteraglobal.com or call us at +31 88 221 5800 and we will introduce you to the relevant professional.

 

Developments and blogs:

  • Digital Economy:
    • During a conference organised by the German Federation of Industry BDI, the OECD seemed to focus on speeding up the process on the digital economy reports. An update is expected late February.
  • Financial transactions:
    • The OECD has announced the publication date of chapter X on financial transactions (February 11, 2020).
    • Read our blog on this topic here.
  • Germany:
    • Germany has published new draft tax law in December 2019. This will have a substantial impact on transfer pricing in Germany.
    • Read our blog on this topic here.

 

News around the world:

  • Colombia: new requirements on transfer pricing documentation have been published, including filing requirements and deadlines.
  • Côte d’Ivoire: new law Cote D’Ivoire indicates when companies need to prepare country-by-country reporting.
  • Dominican-Republic: the thresholds for transfer pricing documentation have been changed. Furthermore, an update is provided with a list of countries that will not be considered preferential regimes for tax purposes.
  • Italy: digital service tax of 3% is introduced as of January 1, 2020.
  • Netherlands: as of July 1, 2020, the new mandatory disclosure rules/DAC6 will be applicable.
  • Panama: the notification deadlines and filing requirements for Country-by-Country reporting have been updated.
  • Spain: poised to enact digital services tax despite US threats of retaliation.
  • United States of America: Maryland proposed a tax on digital advertising revenue.

 

Quantera Global Academy:

  • The curriculum of the Quantera Global Academy for February until May is available. For more information: quanteraglobal.com/qg-academy
  • Private sessions are offered as well.
  • The next ‘Quantera Global Academy’ is on 19 February. The topic is Transfer Pricing and Financial Transactions. During this course we will also discuss the new chapter X (financial transactions) of the OECD guidelines, which will be published on 11 February.

 

This information is intended only as a general update for interested persons and should not be used as a basis for decision-making. For further details please contact Quantera Global, Eindhovenseweg 128, 5582 HW Waalre, the Netherlands,
phone: +31 88 221 58 00, e-mail: marketing@quanteraglobal.com

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