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Transfer Pricing Basics - Overview of Malaysia Regulations and Changing Landscape.

A morning talk was organized by CCIFM on the 12th of November 2019. The topic was about Transfer Pricing Basics - Overview of Malaysia Regulations and Changing Landscape.

This talk highlighted the key areas in Transfer Pricing that tax or financial practitioners must master to ensure the success of their businesses. The speakers of this talk were Laurent Varlet, Transfer Pricing Manager, Deloitte Tax Services Sdn Bhd and Corinne Schons, Chartered Accountant and Auditor, Corinne Schons & Co mapped out issues and best practices relating to transfer pricing matters. 

A special focus was given on newly introduced Earning Stripping Rules (restrictions of interest deduction for intragroup financial assistance). Insights to these recent developments were provided as well as tax and transfer pricing implications arising from the new rules. Participants had a very engaging session with the speakers and there will be another session again in early 2020.   

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