Transfer Pricing in Africa: How To Make It Work For You
Join the team from Adansonia Holdings as they talk to international Tax partner Caoilfhionn van der Walt, from Regan van Rooy, about Transfer pricing, or the ‘arms-length principle’, – a means of ensuring fairness in cross border business transactions. Here’s how it works, how it can affect your business on the African continent and why it’s such a hot topic.
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How you structure your business is a critical question as you expand globally. The right structure will protect your assets, improve your currency position, support your business operations, facilitate future business expansion and changes, and optimise your overall tax rate. Trying to unscramble a sub-optimal structure entered into in haste or without full consideration of relevant facts is complex and expensive, so it’s important to plan upfront.
Structuring an international business is both a science and an art – this is our specialist area of expertise. Regan van Rooy is an international tax and structuring advisory firm focussing on Africa. We have offices in South Africa, Mauritius and Ireland and we can help you with any international tax or structuring query.