13th September 2016
Hosted by MGI Jebsen & Co., from Buenos Aires, Argentina and titled: The impact of the BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting) project over Transfer Pricing. The Latin America standpoint. The webinar attracted 22 member firms across 14 countries.
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A. Rafael Faillace (Partner), Carlos R. Anavia (Associate Legal-Tax Department) and Nicolás (Manager Legal-Tax Department), provided MGI members with the general knowledge of BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting) and how the same would affect the profession in the future.
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MGI Jebsen & Co. is a member of MGI Latin America, located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Firm has provided auditing, tax advice and legal consulting services to national and international clients for 45 years and is a long-standing member of MGI Worldwide for almost 30 years.
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