Transfer pricing scrutiny in Poland – stairway to tax haven or highway to compliance hell?




15 czerwca 2021, godz. 14.00

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Webinar to be held online June 15, 2021, since 2:00 pm till 3:30 pm.

TP developments introduced in Poland since 2019 and 2021 raise number of questions from MNEs.

So what is actually required in Poland for TP compliance purposes?

  • What TP data should be reported to the tax office?
  • When Board Members are personally responsible for arm’s length pricing?
  • When a TP Adjustment is non-tax-deductible?
  • Does drinking coffee in Monaco really requires you to prepare a TP documentation in Poland?

If at least one of these questions concerns you, please join our webinar.

During the webinar we will talk about:

  1. TP compliance requirements – are we in line with the OECD approach
  2. TPR – transfer pricing reporting obligations
  3. TP statement – confirmation of arm’s length pricing by board members – deadlines and responsibility
  4. TP Adjustments – conditions for tax recognition
  5. Tax havens – Polish-specific TP rules on documenting non-related party transactions (beneficial owner concept


Participation in the webinar is free of charge. The number of places is limited.

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Anna Wcisło

partner at CRIDO

Justyna Jóźwiak

senior manager at CRIDO