GILTI Conscience

GILTI Conscience

This is GILTI Conscience: Casual Discussions on Transfer Pricing, Tax Treaties, and Related Topics, a podcast from Skadden that invites thought leaders and industry experts to discuss pressing transfer pricing issues, international tax reform efforts, and tax administration trends. We also dig into the innovative approaches companies are using to navigate the international tax environment and address the obligation everyone loves to hate. If you like what you’re hearing, be sure to subscribe in your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss any future conversations. Skadden's tax team is recognized globally for providing clients with creative and innovative solutions to their most pressing transactional, planning, and controversy challenges. Additional information about Skadden can be found at skadden.com. GILTI Conscience is a podcast by Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, and Affiliates. Skadden’s tax team is recognized globally for providing clients with creative and innovative solutions to their most pressing transactional, planning, and controversy challenges. This podcast is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended and should not be construed as legal advice. This podcast is considered advertising under applicable state laws.

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June 22, 2022 39 min

In this episode of the “GILTI Conscience” podcast, longtime Skadden tax partner Fred Goldberg joins our hosts Nate Carden and David Farhat to discuss his one-of-a-kind journey through the public and private tax sectors. Fred details the changes he’s seen, his hopes for the future of the field and his advice for those looking to begin a career in tax law.

As Fred notes, the tax system is the one set of regulations that every individu...

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In this episode of the “GILTI Conscience” podcast, Bram Isgur, principal at Keystone Strategy, joins our hosts Nate Carden and David Farhat to talk about transfer pricing on an ex ante and ex post basis. They discuss the use cases for each method, how these methods differ across industries and why it’s important to think about the bigger picture in preparing for unimaginable events and changes. 

So, should you take an ex ante approa...

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In this episode of the “GILTI Conscience” podcast, Kroll directors Ryan Lange and Kerim Keser and Skadden partner Johannes Frey join our hosts Nate Carden and David Farhat to explore the details of the German nonresident IP withholding tax. They discuss taxation questions that are still up in the air, how the rule could affect multinational corporations, the valuation of intellectual property (IP) registration and the best steps to...

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In this episode of the “GILTI Conscience” podcast, Skadden international tax attorney Paul Oosterhuis and associate Huzefa Mun join our hosts Nate Carden and David Farhat to discuss legislation, new regulations and the Build Back Better Act. They examine possible outcomes if the Build Back Better Act is not adopted, including changes in other tax regulations that could arise, as well as the potential impact of the “Two-Pillar Solut...

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In this episode of the GILTI Conscience podcast, Loren Ponds, Member at Miller & Chevalier in Washington, D.C., joins our hosts to share an overview of the tax legislative process. She discusses the outlook for current tax bills moving through the house and how changes and feedback are incorporated.

Over the past two decades, most of the major tax legislation has gone through a reconciliation process where the bills start in the...

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Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) make business sense for every professional community. For the tax practice, where creativity is essential, diversity elevates the practice, benefitting everyone from clients to the government and practitioners themselves.

The tax community, however, lacks DEI for a host of reasons. At the heart of the problem is the ubiquity of whiteness and a pervasive insensitivity to otherness, whereby "o...

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Understanding the 2022 OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines and how it applies to guarantees and other financial transactions is essential for multinationals trying to manage intercompany lending and get their transfer pricing right.

Granted, these companies have to fund themselves, whether through intercompany debt or guaranteed loans. They have to move money across borders, but how they do that, how the rules apply in different tax ju...

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The team at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP is always happy to debate multinational tax issues. And with the way things have been changing in the last two years, it’s never been a better time to hit "record" on those conversations, and share them with fellow self-proclaimed tax nerds and those just getting started in the field.

“Five years ago, we had a radically different international tax system from what we h...

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This is GILTI Conscience: Casual Discussions on Transfer Pricing, Tax Treaties, and Related Topics, a podcast from Skadden that invites thought leaders and industry experts to discuss pressing transfer pricing issues, international tax reform efforts, and tax administration trends. We also dig into the innovative approaches companies are using to navigate the international tax environment and address the obligation everyone loves ...

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