Dates: October 2020
Location: Hosted Online
The Steering Committee welcomes up to 48 senior tax lawyers and corporate tax directors who have been personally selected from around the world to participate in discussions focused on the complex landscape of transfer pricing law. This Forum provides an opportunity to explore common concerns, exchange ideas and resolve challenges faced.
Using candid, seminar-style discussion, the group shares experiences from their varied jurisdictions and engages in meaningful dialogue on the most pressing issues of the day.
The Steering Committee, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.
Tim McDonald is the Vice President – Finance & Accounting, Global Taxes at The Procter & Gamble Company. He has been with Procter & Gamble since 2003. Responsible for all matters pertaining to corporate income and transactional taxes (VAT, GST and Sales/Use Taxes) globally, including tax policy positions involving legislation, planning, compliance and audit
defense. Supervising an approximate 210 person global tax function located in 32 countries.The tax function also has responsibility for technical support and audit defense role for various other taxes (including for example; customs valuation matters, excise, and property taxes).
With over 25 years of experience, Emma is a dedicated experiential marketing leader with the ability to manage the entire project lifecycle, from conception and budgeting to execution and post-event analysis. Emma has demonstrated success in planning and orchestrating high-visibility events across target markets including clients, stakeholders, executives, and employees. Emma’s areas of expertise include managing the customer experience, client retention, and relationship management, meeting logistics, organization and execution as well as cost and budget control, contract negotiations and vendor relations.
Shannon has a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Classics from Queen’s University. She has 10 years of experience working in events and hospitality, including organizing international scientific and patient conferences for non-profit organizations and international sporting events, including the 2014 U-20 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the 101st Canadian Football League Grey Cup. Shannon leads the sponsorship department at Cambridge Forums, working with Forum Directors and sponsors to develop curated opportunities for each Forum. Additionally, she leads the direction on Cambridge Salon events, sponsorship, and development.
Built on genuine interactions and spontaneous connections, the Forum is a unique opportunity for timely and practical discussions while creating connections among preeminent leaders in international transfer pricing law.
"I think of it as a forum and not a conference. The reason I say that is because it’s a very intimate group representing thought leaders in the space of transfer pricing, and it’s a free exchange of ideas. People have very different backgrounds so there’s a variety of perspectives; there’s government, private practioners, corporate...etc."Sam Maruca Partner Covington & Burling LLP United States
"The thing that distinguishes the Forum from other conferences is the formula. With relatively few participants it is possible to have a very interesting discussion. All can participate, contributing to the analysis on the topics covered."Gabriella Cappelleri Of Counsel Maisto E Associati Italy
"The Forum is a great opportunity of learning through a sharing of experience processes. Reputable practitioners coming from various sectors and practices are encouraged to comment on the selected subjects of interest. The subjects are carefully picked up taking into account relevance and interest countries."Raquel Novais Partner Machado Meyer Brazil