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Upcoming Webinar | June 2022

In the midst of regulatory developments, increased enforcement and  greater coordination amongst customs and transfer pricing regulators, businesses need to stay abreast of the latest considerations with respect to the interaction between transfer pricing and customs valuation within their supply chain.

We cordially invite you to join us at one or more of our series of webinars focused on the Interactions between Transfer Pricing and Customs Considerations on Cross-border Transactions.

In these sessions, senior tax and transfer pricing professionals will share their observations on the latest customs and transfer pricing developments in the Americas and EMEA regions and provide practical guidance on how to mitigate risks on these issues. In particular, they will discuss:

  • Opportunities and hurdles in adjusting transfer pricing and related customs retroactively across jurisdictions in the Americas and EMEA regions
  • Latest regulations and restrictions across in the Americas and EMEA regions
  • Practical guidance on mitigating transfer pricing and customs valuation enforcement risks across the Americas and EMEA regions
  • Best practices in establishing and implementing transfer pricing polices, including coordination amongst the appropriate internal and external stakeholders

To register for this webinar series, click on the ‘Register’ buttons and provide your details. 

For inquiries, please contact Dan Nault and Julie Barlin.

AMERICAS

Date: 16 June, Thursday
Time: 16:00 London / 10:00 US & Canada Central Time

REGISTER FOR AMERICAS

EMEA

Date: 23 June, Thursday
Time: 15:00 London / 9:00 US & Canada Central Time

REGISTER FOR EMEA

Author

Adriana has over twenty years of experience in customs and foreign trade matters. She joined Baker McKenzie in 2001, became National Partner in 2005 and a Principal in 2018. She has prior experience working as legal director of Rules of Origin, Customs Procedures and Safeguards in the Mexican Ministry of Economy where she participated in the negotiation of several free trade agreements (FTAs) and in the first dispute settlement resolution cases initiated by Mexico against the US under the NAFTA. Adriana has been ranked a leading practitioner by Chambers and Partners at Chambers Global and Chambers Latin America as well as Legal 500 for ten consecutive years. She was an associate in our Guadalajara and Washington, D.C. offices and currently Heads the Firm’s North America International Commercial Practice Group in Mexico City.

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Meredith DeMent counsels US and multinational companies across industry sectors on all aspects of US customs law. She focuses her practice on rapidly evolving trade policy, customs compliance, and duty mitigation strategies. She was named a rising star in international trade by Legal Media Group's Expert Guides.

Author

Holly Glenn is a principal economist with over two decades of experience in transfer pricing and valuation. She has led transfer pricing engagements of all types, including restructuring intercompany arrangements for tax planning, preparing US and foreign documentation, audit defense and litigation, and negotiating bilateral and unilateral advance pricing agreements and MAPS.

Author

Moiz Shirazi is a Principal Economist in the Palo Alto office. He focuses on transfer pricing and provides his clients with economic analyses and valuations that assist them in planning and supporting business reorganizations, as well as establishing and documenting global transfer prices. Mr. Shirazi has led economic analyses for a diverse set of clients from many different industries, including analyses on transfer pricing planning in the context of global restructuring, assistance in negotiating advance pricing agreements (APAs) with the IRS, intangible property valuation, preparing US and foreign transfer pricing documentation and transfer pricing controversy.

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Jennifer Revis is a partner in the EU Competition and Trade Practice Group of Baker McKenzie's London office. She is acknowledged for her timely advice and responsiveness by the Legal 500. Jennifer has been on secondment to the UK customs authorities (Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs) in their tax and excise litigation department and to the Firm's European Law Centre in Brussels. Jennifer is frequently invited to speak at external conferences and regularly contributes articles to tax journals on customs matters such as De Voils Indirect Tax Journal.

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Kate is a Partner in Baker McKenzie's Corporate Tax Department in London and co-leads our Global Technology, Media & Telecoms Industry Group. Kate is a chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser with over 20 years' experience advising clients on their tax matters. Prior to joining the Firm, she spent seven years as a partner at a Big Four accounting firm.

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Jukka Karjalainen is a partner in the London Tax Department of Baker McKenzie, and co-leads the UK Transfer Pricing practice as well as sits on the Firm's EMEA transfer pricing steering committee. He has 25 years of experience in dealing with transfer pricing and international corporate tax issues from both a private practice and an industry perspective, having spent time in-house at a multinational metals and mining corporation.

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Lionel has joined Baker McKenzie as Customs Lead in February 2022. Lionel has 20+ years of experience in the field of Customs, International Trade, Excises & Energy Levy. Lionel is lecturer at the UIA (Antwerp) & ULG (Liege). He is in charge of the Customs, Excises & International Trade Course at the Solvay Tax MBA.

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Paul Burns has over 35 years of experience advising clients on all aspects of international trade and commodity tax, including significant experience advising on Canadian customs and export control matters. Paul obtained his LL.B. from the University of Western Ontario. For many years, he served as the practice group coordinator of the International Commercial Practice Group in Baker McKenzie's Toronto office.

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