Transfer Pricing–An Indian Perspective
Transfer Pricing - The Indian Landscape

Transfer Pricing - The Indian Landscape

Author : Mukesh Butani

ISBN : 9788195294534



BINDING : Hardcover



Transfer Pricing - An Indian Landscape is a definitive reference guide to the changing landscape of the Indian legislation. The book provides a holistic coverage on India’s APA program, alternate dispute resolution mechanism and contains dedicated chapters to analyse interplay of transfer pricing with indirect laws such as GST, Customs as well as related party transactions with Company law and SEBI Capital markets Regulations 

Key Features:

  • Rewritten treatise offers a 360-degree view of the Indian legislation in light of monumental developments 
  • Compares how transfer pricing policy develops with international customary law, its administration and interpretation accorded by judicial forums during the last decade
  • Analyses the evolving Indian framework in light of the Action Plans under the OECD/G20 BEPS 
  • Draws clear reference to the 2017 OECD Guidance and UN TP manual
  • Analysis on a wide range of transfer pricing issues including intangibles, financial inter-company transactions, intra-group services, profit attribution to PEs, business restructuring, APA regime, Court and alternate dispute resolution process 

Mukesh is a specialist in corporate international tax and transfer pricing matters. He has significant experience in advising Fortune 500 multinationals and large Indian business houses on a wide range of matters relating to FDI policy, business re-organizations, cross-border tax structuring, tax controversy across a range of sectors. Mukesh has been consistently featured among leading international tax and transfer pricing advisors in independent surveys, most notably Euromoney's International Tax Review, Legal Review expert guides (2002 to 2016), Asia Law Leading Lawyers, Chambers & Partners and Who's Who Legal of Corporate Tax Lawyers. Mukesh has been ranked amongst leading Tax Controversy Leader in India by International Tax Review (2013, 2014, 2015).

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