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How Brazil’s adoption of OECD transfer pricing rules will impact international business

Presented By:
Randall Janiczek Lara Witte
Tuesday, April 30, 2024
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. EDT
Anticipated CPE:
1, Tax (American and Brazilian)
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Brazil’s transfer pricing regulations have changed significantly since adopting the OECD’s principles. In this webinar, tax specialists break down the impact of the new rules for Brazilian companies and how they will affect companies in the United States and Mexico.
Two business professionals standing on the stairs of a government building discussing OECD transfer pricing rules.Brazil has adopted the OECD’s arm’s length transfer pricing principle, meaning Brazil’s transfer pricing regime has changed significantly in 2024. During this webinar, international tax and transfer pricing specialists from the United States, Brazil, and Mexico will discuss what these changes mean for businesses.

Discussion items will include:

  • An overview of Brazil’s new transfer pricing regulations.
  • The impact of these new rules for Brazilian companies with related entities in the United States (which doesn’t have a treaty with Brazil) and Mexico (which does have a treaty with Brazil).
  • Considerations on transitioning to Brazil’s new transfer pricing regime.
  • Expected regulatory issues and open questions.

Learning objectives:

  • Develop an understanding of Brazil’s new transfer pricing regulations.
  • Understand the impact of the new Brazilian transfer pricing rules to U.S. and Mexican companies.
  • Define regulatory issues and remaining questions to be addressed during 2024. 

U.S. CPE will be handled via Plante Moran. Brazil CPE will be handled via VBR Brazil. 

For more information regarding program cancellation policies, please visit our webinar website or contact our offices at 248-352-2500.

Staff wishing to express complaints regarding this training should contact the Learning Team at 248-223-3881.

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