The Fiona Show: Transfer Pricing

On the Fiona Show, we discuss current issues in the transfer pricing world. Whether you’re new to transfer pricing, or you’ve been around the international tax block, learn about the latest trends in the global regulatory environment and technology in one weekly podcast.

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06
OCT

Episode 114: Taking Stock of Stock Based Compensation

Stock based compensation is a way of paying company members with equity in the business, which is great for companies and employees. From a transfer pricing perspective, however, it can cause problems. Here, David Chamberlain of California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo explains some of the issues that can arise and what multinational companies can do about them.
14
SEP

Episode 113: Taxing the Top 100

Global tax reform is underway, creating a new framework that comes with constant contradictions. On today's episode, Dr. Lorraine Eden returns to discuss her takeaways from proposals to tax only the 'top 100' companies in Pillar One negotiations.
24
AUG

Episode 112: Germany's Increased Scrutiny

Germany's recent compliance initiatives are picking up more speed than the Autobahn. On today's episode, CrossBorder Solutions Tax Director Hasker Hoogenberg and independent German-based transfer pricing  specialist Oliver Treidler examine the transforming audit environment in Germany, and how MNEs can insulate themselves from further examination.
12
AUG

Introducing The Fiona Show: R&D Tax Credit

We know you love our expert coverage of the transfer pricing landscape, but did you know we bring that same level of informative analysis to the world of research and development tax incentives? On The Fiona Show: R&D Tax Credit, we—along with leading tax experts—explore how these incentives reward companies for innovation, fuel economic growth, and lead to paradigm-shifting discoveries across industries. If you don’t know R&D tax incentives, you may be part of the tragic majority leaving money on the table. Explore the back catalog of The Fiona Show: R&D Tax Credit to level up your tax knowledge, and subscribe to stay ahead on the latest in global innovation and the tax incentives that very likely come with it.
03
AUG

Episode 109: EU Inches Closer to Public Country-by-Country Reporting 

Public country-by-country reporting is very close to becoming a reality in the European Union. How would this transparency initiative impact multinationals and the global tax community? CrossBorder Solutions’ Transfer Pricing Director Pamesh Sharma and Queen Mary University of London Tax Law Professor Christiana HJI Panayi explore the implications.
06
JUL

Episode 105: Italy's Mixed Messages

Why did the Italian Supreme Court administer two different rulings on inter-company transactions? What can taxpayers learn from it? Chief Economist Mimi Song and University of Ferrara Professor of Law Marco Greggi discuss.
29
JUN

Episode 104: Denmark's Increased Scrutiny

The Danish Tax Authority’s recent win against Tetra Pak Processing Systems can only mean one thing: increased scrutiny for taxpayers. Chief Economist Mimi Song and international corporate income tax expert Johann Muller analyze how the Tetra Pak win could bolster the tax authority’s confidence, leading to a likely increase in audits.

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