Deloitte’s transfer pricing team is one of the largest in Chile and it maintains a dominant position. The firm is a pioneer in terms of corporate governance transfer pricing, and it helps protect shareholder and company interests. Its global transfer pricing network helps companies manage risks by assisting with documentation to resolve disputes effectively.
Case studies show the firm advised a pharmaceutical company with providing transfer pricing solution models, which are subject to the new plans and objectives of the group, taking in to account its value chain, without generating contingencies from the perspective of transfer pricing and tax.
EY Chile has a history of providing expert tax and legal advice for over 87 years. The transfer pricing division is experienced in the compliance, planning, and controversy aspects of the work. Its transfer pricing litigation team brings a multidisciplinary approach to complex issues and brings what it learns to clients.
All client details remain confidential.
KPMG’s team has almost 200 professionals covering a wide range of tax specialties. The transfer pricing practice is the oldest established specialised practice in the country, and it maintains a very active role. It advises major companies in multiple economic sectors with an emphasis on energy, mining, utilities, banking and financial transactions, as well as large retailers and major electronic goods distributors.
The group advised on numerous complex and difficult transfer pricing issues. Clients include several major international corporations, but all clients remain confidential.
PwC has a leading role in the transfer pricing practice. It set up a local transfer pricing practice in 2004, and since then has established itself as an important player. It consists of more than 40 individuals dedicated to providing transfer pricing-related services. It has an internal group of lawyers specialised in transfer pricing controversy resolution and litigation. It maintains a special focus on the mining industry with strong investment in the country. In addition, it has a significant participation in the financial sector. Roberto Carlos Rivas leads the team.
As an international transfer pricing consulting firm, the TPC Group has a vast network of strategic partners in Latin America, Spain, and the USA. It is an expert in transfer pricing technical studies and the preparation of local files. The transfer pricing practice group is well known for its pristine technical quality and tax legal support provided to a wide range of diverse global companies. It has been internationally recognised as one of the best consulting firms.
During the last research cycle, the firm collaborated in some of the country’s most complex transfer pricing transactions including, assisting Systemair Chile, Patterson & Cooke Chile and KONECRANES CHILE with a sophisticated transfer pricing technical study, with some cases involving a unique cost sharing analysis.