As the OECD continues to evaluate and work on refining its transfer pricing guidelines regarding several BEPS initiatives, ktMINE CEO, David Jarczyk, and Director of Operations, John Wiora, explore the topic of ‘information asymmetry’. The article, “Challenging asymmetric data, leveraging public data”, concludes that by accessing publicly available global data, taxpayers and their consultants protect their analyses by developing a robust inventory of relevant intangible information that can be used to create transfer pricing analyses.
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Take a look at the brief video below to learn more about how tax administrations monitor the intercompany movement of intangibles and how ktMINE data can help you safeguard your analyses.