Transfer Pricing Rules: Training event for tax practitioners and company representatives

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Transfer Pricing Rules: Training event for tax practitioners and company representatives

30th October 2023 @ 12:30 - 16:45

The Malta Tax and Customs Administration in collaboration with the Institute of Financial Services Practitioners, the Malta Institute of Taxation, the Malta Institute of Accountants, the Malta Institute of Management and the Chamber of Advocates, is organising a series of three seminars on Transfer Pricing – a new area of tax law for Malta.


The objective of these seminars is to provide a comprehensive, yet concise overview of the relevant rules coming into force as of January 2024 and the obligations brought about on taxpayers as a result of these rules. Given the prevalence of related party transactions in cross-border trade and investment, sufficient familiarity with these obligations is a must for practitioners and taxpayers operating in this sphere.


The seminars will be held online, and each will include a 15-minute break. Registration is €15.


For further details and to register, please refer to the MIA website or directly to the registration form.


The seminars

Seminar 1: Monday 30 October – 12.30 – 16.45 


ALP, Art 9 and intro to TP in general – Robert Attard

Overview of LN284 of 2022 – Audrey Azzopardi & Abigail D`Amato

LN284 of 2022 – Focus on specific aspects & their application – Kurt Cuschieri

Comparability Analysis & Search for Comparables – Judith Attard, MTCA


Seminar 2: Monday 13 November – 12.30 – 16.45  


Traditional Methods – Emmanuel Camilleri, MTCA

Transactional Methods – Antonella Mamo, MTCA

TP Documentation – Thomas Zammit

Specific considerations in connection with intra-group services and inter-company financing. – Ivan Zammit


Seminar 3: Monday 20 November – 09.30 – 13.45 


Preventing Disputes – Chris Bergedahl

Solving Disputes – Andre Gialanze, MTCA

Case Study – Audrey Azzopardi & Abigail D`Amato

Pertinent developments in the area – Trudy Muscat


30th October 2023
12:30 - 16:45
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