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Transfer Pricing Documentation

Transfer prices and documentary requirements of the tax authorities

In the case of cross-border supplies or other services to foreign-affiliated companies, the so-called arm’s length principle must be observed. Supplies and services must always be charged at prices and on conditions that are consistent with those charged to unrelated third parties. This is intended to prevent profit-shifting across the border.

Companies must determine appropriate transfer prices according to strict rules and must document and prove their appropriateness.

Cadenberg* supports you in determining appropriate transfer prices. We advise you on whether and to what extent transfer pricing documentation is required in individual cases and, if necessary, we prepare and update the required transfer pricing documentation in close cooperation with you.


  • Advice on documentary requirements of the tax authorities
  • Advice on transfer pricing and its determination
  • Preparation of transfer pricing documentation

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