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Separating fact from fiction—what will HMRC look for in a diverted profits investigation?

Published on: 14 October 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Separating fact from fiction—what will HMRC look for in a diverted profits investigation?
  • Getting the facts right
  • How will HMRC separate fact from fiction?
  • How to deal with a DPT investigation
  • How to avoid an investigation
  • What should MNEs do?

Article summary

Tax analysis: HMRC have revealed that the biggest mistake made by multinationals (MNEs) on transfer pricing is not basing their analysis on what happens in reality on the ground. MNEs making this mistake should expect to face forensic, evidence-based investigations and severe disruption to their business. Andy Brown, partner, and Jack Prytherch, associate at Bird and Bird consider what steps MNEs can take now to protect themselves. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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