Gianni De Robertis

Chief Economist and Head of Transfer Pricing and the GTPS Leader for the KPMG EMA Region.

KPMG in Italy

Gianni's experience includes global documentation projects, advanced pricing agreements, mutual agreement procedures and audit defense. Prior to relocating to Italy, Gianni worked as a Senior Economist in KPMG in the UK’s London office and with Fidal Paris.He has also been an advisor on secondment to the OECD Transfer Pricing Unit and he was nominated as “alternate” representative at the EU...

Gianni's experience includes global documentation projects, advanced pricing agreements, mutual agreement procedures and audit defense. Prior to relocating to Italy, Gianni worked as a Senior Economist in KPMG in the UK’s London office and with Fidal Paris.

He has also been an advisor on secondment to the OECD Transfer Pricing Unit and he was nominated as “alternate” representative at the EU JTPF.

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The end of the arm’s-length principle?

Where the context is complex, the best option is sometimes the ‘least-worst’ one.The arm’s-length principle can be complex to apply and is under pressure due to changing business models.Formulary apportionment appears to present a simpler approach to allocating taxing rights globally but is not without its own weaknesses and complexities.Formulary apportionment could only work if there was global agreement. However, this...

13 Sep 2018
5 min

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