An important part of international corporate tax strategy is calibrating assets, profits and losses at just the right levels across regional subsidiaries-a goal accomplished extensively through transfer pricing.

But experts warn that the accounting strategies for transfer pricing are about to become significantly more complex for global banks, due to new regulations like the Volcker rule, derivatives provisions in the Dodd-Frank Act and incoming Basel III capital standards.

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