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What is the Webinar?
We are all well aware of the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) plan, and the fundamental impact it’s already having on cross-border business. Our Global Head of Capital Markets & SPV, Jeroen van Zanten welcomes guest speakers, Joel Cooper and Randall Fox of DLA Piper, to elaborate on the most recent developments, on a global scale, of country-by-country reporting requirements; taking the opportunity to share a deeper insight into the specific requirements laid out for highly-impacted jurisdictions.
- Jeroen van Zanten - Global Head of Capital Markets & SPV, TMF Group
Jeroen van Zanten will spearhead the transformation of TMF Group's Capital Markets offering. Jeroen has over 25 years’ experience dealing with business relationships globally. He has worked with private equity and real estate (PERE) funds, high net worth individuals and corporate and multinational clients from across the world, blending both educational and business experience into a solution oriented approach. He has lived and worked in the Caribbean, South America, USA, Europe and Asia.
- Joel Cooper - Co-Head International Transfer Pricing Group, DLA Piper
Joel Cooper provides clients with a fresh perspective on complex transfer pricing and international tax matters by drawing on his unique experience working with businesses and governments from across the globe. Joel has experience in all areas of transfer pricing and related international tax issues, including supply chain planning and structuring, transfer pricing documentation, advance pricing agreements, application of tax treaties, transfer pricing dispute resolution, and the attribution of profits to permanent establishments. As a co-head of the International Transfer Pricing Group at DLA Piper, Joel is responsible for coordinating the cross-jurisdictional transfer pricing practice.
- Randall Fox - Co-Head International Transfer Pricing Group, DLA Piper
Randall Fox focuses on transfer pricing planning and advance pricing agreements in multiple jurisdictions. With a background in economics and experience in both the public and private sectors in APAs and transfer pricing controversy, Randall assists clients with transfer pricing planning and controversy around the world. Having been Team Leader and led negotiations for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on some of the largest cases in the history of the IRS APMA Program, Randall specialises in finding solutions to transactions involving intangible assets. He combines a technical background in transfer pricing with practical on-the-ground knowledge of transfer pricing dispute resolution in markets around the world. As a co-head of the International Transfer Pricing Group at DLA Piper, Randall is responsible for coordinating the cross-jurisdictional transfer pricing practice.