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Transfer Pricing

Transfer pricing is becoming an increasingly important strategic issue for multinational corporations in a globalised economy.

Transfer pricing is not a “pure” tax matter as it may impact other tax matters (for example, patent box regimes, VAT, customs and duties), and various issues affecting ordinary business operations such as strategy and organisation, corporate governance and risk management, valuation, and financial transactions. Through our tailored solutions and comprehensive services, our dedicated team helps clients to navigate transfer pricing with confidence, ensuring compliance with regulations while maximising their competitive advantage in the global marketplace.

Fieldfisher Italy's expert Transfer Pricing team works with multinational corporations to develop tailored transfer pricing strategies that mitigate risks, optimise tax outcomes, and support sustainable business growth.

Transfer pricing is a cross-sectional discipline provides in-depth insights into the internal dynamics of organisations; therefore, our expert team collaborates with colleagues from different areas of an organisation such as legal, HR, VAT, corporate governance and litigation, and creates internal and cross-border opportunities for civil, regulatory, anti-trust, IP, financial, and tax departments.

Transfer pricing is an extremely competitive area however Fieldfisher Italy can compete with the bigger players in the market and has developed a highly specialised, dedicated team capable of providing our clients with effective and tailored support in all transfer pricing matters such as:

  • Designing, planning and structuring transfer pricing policies compliant with the arm’s length criteria/BEPS recommendations (on goods, services, royalty, and financial transactions).
  • Preparing agreement and proper documentation, including benchmark analyses.
  • Supporting in case of transfer pricing audit and in managing relationships with Tax authorities, including MAP and APA procedures.

Our team has developed a methodology that starts with a detailed analysis of the situation, and the management, organisational and tax characteristics of our client’s business to identify the value drivers of the company’s value chain. We then expertly prepare the transfer pricing policy and the relative documentation, based on OECD directives and the laws of the countries involved.

We specialise in the consumer goods and apparel, luxury, financial services, healthcare equipment, pharmaceutical, banking and insurance, and software and service industries.