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In brief

Baker McKenzie’s EMEA Tax Practice Group presented an overview on “Transfer Pricing”, the first in a series of short webinars to keep tax professionals abreast of recent developments in these less than certain times on 26 May 2020.


Our transfer pricing experts shared our prognosis from the perspective of both taxpayers and tax authorities. We discussed ways to manage the associated risks including:

  • Reaction of regulatory authorities – what do we expect from Governments and the OECD in relation to transfer pricing because of the COVID-19 crisis?
  • Impact on supply chains – how does COVID-19 affect transfer pricing policies including which types of entity should incur the financial impacts of market changes and Government policies?

View the recorded webinar. Password: TPwebinar.2020

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Mario d’Avossa is a partner in the Firm's Milan office. He is a seasoned transfer pricing practitioner who has extensive experience in international business restructurings, economic valuations and benchmarking analyses of intercompany transactions in support of documentation and planning studies. He worked in the transfer pricing group of a Big 4 firm before joining Baker McKenzie.



Mattia Falcone is a legal director in Baker McKenzie Amsterdam’s Transfer Pricing Team. Mattia joined the Firm's Europe Transfer Pricing Team in November 2010. Previously, he worked in the Amterdam office of an American consulting firm, focusing on determining the value of intangible assets for tax and financial reporting purposes. Prior to that, Mattia worked for the financial services division of KPMG Advisory SpA, in Milan, where he helped a top-tier banking group comply with the MiFID European Directive. Mattia teaches an advanced transfer pricing course at the International Tax Center of the University of Leiden and has conducted training courses on the MiFID European Directive for bank executives.


Caroline Silberztein is nominated by France on the list of independent persons of standing authorized to serve as arbitrators for the application of the European Arbitration Convention. She is a member of the United Nations Sub-Committee on Transfer Pricing and continues to be involved in policy dialogue with OECD and non-OECD countries. She is a visiting Professor in several European Universities. She was the Head of the OECD Transfer Pricing Unit from 2001 to 2011.