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Earn your Texas A&M Transfer Pricing certificate w/ live team-based weekly case studies starting January 19

Posted by William Byrnes on November 11, 2020


Transfer Pricing Risk Management I and II: Tangibles, Methods, Economics, and Data, Intangibles, and Services

The back-to-back courses are limited to a maximum 30 certificate participants and degree seekers: Application HERE

William Byrnes, author of the leading transfer pricing treatise, leads a team of hands-on transfer pricing professionals and professors (see links below) who created weekly case studies for teams to work through, facilitated by Zoom on Tuesday at 9am Central (Dallas) time and Fridays at 9am (live session lasts at least 90 minutes and is recorded, available to students until May 1 (then deleted in compliance with FERPA and other rights). The Teams present their proposals and results critiqued and discussed by the teams and professors. See example live session on YouTube here

  • Week 1 January 19 Arm’s Length Standard (v Formulary Approach) Dr. Bruno Da Silva
  • Week 2 Jan 25 CUP & Comparables Dr. Lorraine Eden
  • Week 3 Feb 1 Cost Plus & Resale Minus Dr. George Salis
  • Week 4 Feb 8: Comparable Profits Method & TNMMDr. George Salis
  • Week 5 Feb 15 Profit Split Dr. George Salis
  • Week 6 Feb 22 Best Method Dr. Lorraine Eden
  • Week 7 Capstone March 1 (Hands-On Week with Financial Databases for Comparables Management) Dr. Debora Correa Talutto Thomson OneSource, BvD (Moodys), and CrossBorder AI Solutions Dr. Debora Correa Talutto
  • Week 8 March 8 Intangibles Royalty Rates CUT, CPM Dr. Debora Correa Talutto
  • Week 9 March 15 CSA Intangibles Buy In/Out Dr. George Salis
  • Week 10 March 22 Digital Business Unitary Apportionment Dr. Bruno Da Silva
  • Week 11 March 39 Digital Value Chain, Internet of Things Dr. Lorraine Eden
  • Week 12 April 5 U.S. v OECD v UN Manual case study Extractive Industries, Financing Hafiz Choudhury
  • Week 13 April 12 Restructuring the Business, Services case study Hafiz Choudhury
  • Week 14 Capstone April 19 Hand-On Week with Tax Technology to Manage Risk William Byrnes
  • Other guest experts/professors will be joining with case studies

Weekly course materials include in the tuition: the Lexis textbook and supplement materials, pre-recorded videos with PPTs, and audio podcast files made by the faculty (listen at the gym or when driving). Access to the extensive Texas A&M library for case study research includes as some examples: Lexis, Westlaw, IBFD, Kluwer-Cheetah, Thomson OneSource, BvD (Moodys), and S&P CapIQ.

Texas A&M, annual budget of $6.3 billion (FY2020), is the largest U.S. public university, one of only 60 accredited U.S. universities of the American Association of Universities (R1: Doctoral Universities – Highest Research Activity) and one of only 17 U.S. universities that hold the triple U.S. federal grant of Land, Sea, and Space!

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