KPMG report: Transfer pricing takeaways from 2022 MAP statistics

OECD’s 2022 MAP statistics provide taxpayers insight into the effectiveness of MAPs around the world

OECD’s 2022 MAP statistics provide taxpayers insight into the effectiveness of MAPs

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on 14 November 2023 released the latest mutual agreement procedure (MAP) statistics and awards for the calendar year ended 31 December 2022 that highlight important takeaways for multinational enterprises.

In addition, for the first time, the OECD published a consolidated guide to MAP in each of the BEPS Inclusive Framework Jurisdictions—Making Dispute Resolution Mechanisms More Effective – Consolidated Information on Mutual Agreement Procedures 2023. The guide sets out an overview of each jurisdiction’s MAP policy and practices, including treaty references and Competent Authority contact details, together with an overview of the latest MAP statistics. Read TaxNewsFlash

Read a November 2023 report* [PDF 312 KB] prepared by KPMG tax professionals: Transfer Pricing Takeaways from 2022’s MAP Statistics

* Reproduced with permission from Tax Management International Journal, 11/22/2023. Copyright @ 2023 by Bloomberg Industry Group, Inc. (800-372-1033)

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