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News > Archived News > CIAT News > With the support of the UN and CIAT, the Internal Revenue Service of Ecuador is committed to strengthening control over abusive manipulation of transfer prices
With the support of the UN and CIAT, the Internal Revenue Service of Ecuador is committed to
strengthening control over abusive manipulation of transfer prices
With the support of the UN and
CIAT, the Internal
Revenue Service of Ecuador is committed to strengthening
From November 28 to December 1, 2016, the technical assistance works in the
scope of transfer pricing control, agreed with the IRS of Ecuador under the UN-CIAT Cooperation Program, have initiated at the SRI headquarters in Quito.
transfer prices •
In the framework of this technical assistance, risk management processes were evaluated and
recommendations were provided on how to optimize them for the purpose of selecting transfer pricing
cases. Likewise, the current sanction system was evaluated, with a view to elaborating a proposal that
further encourages compliance with the transfer pricing regime.
In addition, the UN-CIAT Program team held a meeting with the Director of SRI, Mr. Leonardo Orlando and senior officials of the institution, with the purpose of validating proposals and moving forward with the
development and implementation of proposals, which will be strengthened with resources from the GIZ-
la DGI de
Panamá en el Congreso
The Working team of the UN-CIAT Cooperation Program was formed by Irving Ojeda (UN), Gonzalo Arias
(CIAT), Gianmarco Cottani (Expert), José Madariaga (Expert) and Carlos Pérez Gomez (SAT Mexico).
SAT of México
During 2016, the Program has provided officials from Quito and Guayaquil with four training sessions on
the selection and control of taxpayers showing risks of transfer pricing manipulations.
Correspondent before CIAT
Corrections to the Study on “Information Sources of the Latin American Tax Administrations. Experiences of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru”
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