We are so proud to deliver you the good news! Our Malaysian office, Transfer Pricing Solutions Malaysia won the prestigious Asia Best Newcomer of the Year award at the International Tax Review (ITR) Asia Tax Awards 2019.
We had a wonderful time at the awards, and we were glad to be part of the event. Congratulations to all the winners! Click here for more details on the full list of the winners.
Transfer Pricing Solutions was shortlisted as a finalist for the following nominations:
Read more about the nominations in our blog:
We would like to address our team’s great effort that has led us to these nominations and winning. Our dedicated team bring energy, fresh
ideas and pride to their work. The diversity in our team is what keeps us thriving for more and going that extra mile in providing the most
ideal transfer pricing solutions to our clients.
"Great things in business are not done by one person. They are done by a team of people"
Transfer Pricing Solutions Malaysia assists clients in the planning and preparation of transfer pricing documentation, country by country (CbC) reporting, comprehensive transfer pricing policy; performing local benchmarking comparable searches, providing training designed for CFOs and tax teams and performing transfer pricing controversy and audits. We cater to multinational enterprises with the help of our global offices, Small & Medium size enterprises (SMEs) and accounting and law firms.
An interactive and informative webinar ideal for CFOs, tax managers and finance managers with multinational or domestic companies Malaysia to better understand the implications of Covid-19 based on OECD guidelines.
With the new transfer pricing changes in Malaysia and the new transfer pricing documentation standard, a benchmarking analysis that is reliable and defendable, is key when preparing transfer pricing documentation. For this reason, we have compiled key tips that in our experience will help you getting a benchmarking analysis right.
The Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (“IRBM”) adopts the arm’s length principle as a basis to determine the transfer price of a transaction between associated entities. Arm’s length price is the price which would have been determined if such transactions were entered between independent entities under the same or similar circumstances.