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The International Compliance Assurance Programme for taxpayers in Asia-Pacific

July 5, 2021 @ 11:00 pm - July 6, 2021 @ 12:00 am EDT

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In this webcast, tax leaders from the Australia Taxation Office, the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore and EY professionals discuss International Compliance Assurance Programme (ICAP) risk assessments.

ICAP uses a taxpayers’ Country-by-Country reports, transfer pricing master and local files and other relevant information to try and provide an efficient, effective, clear and coordinated approach to achieving early tax certainty and assurance between the taxpayer and a multilateral group of tax administrations. It covers transfer pricing, permanent establishment and other categories of international tax risk as agreed between a group of tax authorities and the participating taxpayer.

As ICAP moves into full program mode, 21 participating national tax administrations – including, for the first time, the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore – are now inviting companies to apply for ICAP risk assessments, in advance of the 30 September 2021 deadline.

Join panelists from the Australian Taxation Office and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore as they discuss the recently announced third phase of ICAP with EY professionals.

During the session, panelists will discuss:

  • ICAP’s recent history and alignment with other available dispute prevention tools and programs
  • How ICAP operates in practice
  • Perspectives of the Australia Taxation Office and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore
  • ICAP considerations for interested taxpayers

Moderator:

  • Luis Coronado, EY Global Tax Controversy and Transfer Pricing Leader

Panelists:

  • Belinda Darling, Assistant Commissioner, Public Groups and International Businesses, Australian Taxation Office
  • Lay Hwa Leow, Tax Director (Corporate Tax), Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore
  • Michael Jenkins, Partner, International Tax and Transactions Services, Ernst & Young Australia
  • Lee Ying Jow, International Tax and Transactions Services

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