Transfer Pricing Week interviewed Matthew Wall for “OECD 2010 MAP statistics: Canada, Germany and Poland comment.”
Transfer Pricing Week interviewed Matthew Wall for “Alberta Printed Circuits to be OECD example” for its intangibles project.
MDW explained the OECD met with the tax community on the Transfer Pricing Aspects of Intangibles for the definition, goodwill and going concern, brand value, ownership issues, and synergies.
Bloomberg BNA repeatedly mention Matthew Wall in “Tax Court of Canada Decision in Alberta Printed Circuits.”
The Tax Court of Canada relied on Matthew Wall’s expert report and testimony on transfer pricing in its latest decision between Alberta Printed Circuits Ltd. v. The Queen (2011 TCC 232).
MDW explained the OECD met with the tax community on the valuation of intangibles for transfer pricing purposes including principles to follow and examples for hard-to-value intangibles.
MDW explained the scope of the OECD project on the Transfer Pricing Aspects of Intangibles with revisions to be issued in a Discussion Draft for review, comment and public consultation.
Matthew Wall appeared as an expert witness on transfer pricing in Alberta Printed Circuits Ltd. v. The Queen (2011 TCC 232).
Matthew Wall was the chairperson of Infonex’s Transfer Pricing Conference and one of the presenters that spoke on Business Restructuring: Transfer Pricing, Valuation and Audit Concerns.