Comprehensive Tax Reform in Argentina

Under RARTP, the tax value of assets is determined by applying a “revaluation factor” to the tax value originally determined in each year or period of the asset’s acquisition or construction.

The Value of Valuation Research Group

Our experience includes foreign and multinational acquisitions of all sizes in nearly every industry.

Image Rights: Valuable Intellectual Property

The cult of celebrity and “Image Rights” receive a lot of publicity – and consequently the attention of tax authorities.

Helping Frontier & Emerging Countries Develop Valuation Professionals

The training explained the fundamentals of business valuation and intangible asset valuation and helped business leaders earn the International Certified Valuation Specialist (ICVS) designation.

New Rules Announced for Corporate Inversions

Inversions have been scrutinized heavily for the past year, yet companies continue to pursue mergers or acquisitions resulting in an inversion.

New Transfer Pricing Rules Have Implications for Intellectual Property Valuation

The OECD is moving in a direction similar to the U.S. in tightening controls.

Corporate Inversions: Getting (Or Losing) An Edge In A Global Economy

By making a change of residence, a U.S. multinational corporation can take advantage of a more favorable tax structure.

Developments Relating to Intangibles in Transfer Pricing

In 2013, new cost sharing regulations became effective amid controversy surrounding the application of methods used in high profile court cases.

Revised Transfer Pricing Guidelines Focus on Valuation of IP

Comparability is the key factor in determining the arm’s length range.

Become Fluent in Factors for Valuing Multinational Companies

When valuing a business that is multinational in scope, develop a proper due diligence framework and apply models that will accurately reflect the company’s exposure to various risks.