Nigeria’s Federal Inland Revenue Service in March 2018 released revised transfer pricing regulations that have implications for multinational entities (MNEs).
Among the provisions in the transfer pricing regulations are:
Read a prior KPMG report about the new transfer pricing regulations: TaxNewsFlash-Transfer Pricing
Tax professionals with the KPMG member firm in Nigeria have further examined the changes introduced by the new transfer pricing regulations in a report that was published in the 2 October 2018 edition of Bloomberg BNA Daily Tax Report: International, and is available on Bloomberg BNA’s website:
Insight: Revised Transfer Pricing Regulations in Nigeria—Implications for MNEs
For more information, contact a tax professional with KPMG’s Global Transfer Pricing Services practice in Nigeria:
Tayo Ogungbenro | +23 412 718 941 | Tayo.Ogungbenro@ng.kpmg.com
Victor Adegite | +23 412 718 955 | Victor.Adegite@ng.kpmg.com
Omojo Okwa | +23 412 718 955 | Omojo.Okwa@ng.kpmg.com
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