Global transfer pricing is all about understanding your business and the value drivers of your industry in an ever-changing environment.

We embrace technical expertise and industry knowledge to support you worldwide through our international network of member firms. We will design and implement sustainable and compliant transfer pricing models with you, which create unique opportunities to drive business value and foster growth. 

We can turn compliance into effective cooperation between tax authorities and businesses. This requires having deep knowledge of the value chain and control over the narrative to avoid tax disputes from the outset as much as possible. However, when disputes arise, our above-market involvement of senior resources ensures leveraging best practices helping you manoeuvre around these obstacles locally or internationally through Advance Pricing Agreements and Mutual Agreement Procedures.

We will help you understand the complexity of transfer pricing and prepare for scrutiny from tax and financial auditors. This is embedded into a risk-oriented and pragmatic approach to ensure cost-efficient solutions to meet your priorities.

At Grant Thornton, our people can offer real insight in the following areas:

  • audit support – our sophisticated economic arguments, research and databases can help you defend your transfer pricing policies before tax authorities
  • documentation – we use local knowledge to prepare country-specific documentation to satisfy tax regulations in your region
  • planning – the growth or restructuring of a company doing business internationally provides an opportunity to review transfer pricing and tax planning to minimise tax burdens
  • supply chain re-engineering – we offer critical analysis of your supply chain to help you gain operational efficiencies.

Global transfer pricing guide

If you would like an overview of different transfer pricing rules and regulations in key countries and details on contacting Grant Thornton, view our Global transfer pricing guide.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about how we can help, check your local Grant Thornton member firm’s website and contact details.