Benefits of Transfer Pricing Studies in Chile 2024  

July 4, 2024

In the dynamic global economic environment, proper Transfer Pricing management has become an imperative for companies operating in multiple jurisdictions. Chile, with its growing economy and robust regulatory framework, is no exception. By 2024, having the various Transfer Pricing studies in place offers crucial benefits for companies. In this article, we explore the main advantages of complying with these studies in Chile and detail the reports that must be filed.  

Main Transfer Pricing Reports  

In Chile, companies must file the following Transfer Pricing Reports:  

  • Transfer Pricing Study (DJ 1907): Details the operations and transactions carried out by the local entity with foreign related parties that have to be reported in the SII page in a pre-established format and the Company must have the Study as support of the declared ones, which has to be delivered to the SII at the request of this Entity.  
  • Master File (DJ 1950): Provides a global view of the multinational group, including its organizational structure, strategy and Transfer Pricing policies.
  • Country by Country Report (DJ 1937): Contains financial and tax information on all entities of the multinational group, broken down by country.  

Regulatory Compliance and Sanction Avoidance  

Chilean Transfer Pricing regulations require companies to prepare detailed studies that justify transactions between related parties. Having these studies ensures compliance with current legislation, avoiding significant penalties and fines that can affect the financial stability of a company.  

Fiscal Optimization and Tax Efficiency  

A well prepared Transfer Pricing study allows companies to optimize their tax burden, ensuring that intercompany transactions are carried out at market values. This not only avoids tax adjustments by the authorities, but also allows for efficient tax planning, maximizing tax benefits within the legal margins.  

Improved Transparency and Corporate Governance  

Transparency in financial transactions is key to good corporate governance. Transfer Pricing studies provide detailed documentation of related party transactions, improving transparency and facilitating internal and external auditing. This, in turn, reinforces investor and stakeholder confidence in the management of the company.  

Reducing Audit and Litigation Risks  

Tax authorities are stepping up their Transfer Pricing audit efforts. Having well-documented and justified studies significantly reduces the risk of adjustments during an audit. In addition, in case of disputes, these studies provide a solid basis for defense, reducing the risk of costly and lengthy litigation.  

Adaptation to International Guidelines  

OECD and other international transfer pricing guidelines are constantly evolving. Having up-to-date studies ensures that companies in Chile adapt to these guidelines, keeping up to date with international best practices and avoiding transnational regulatory conflicts.  

Identification of Business Opportunities  

Transfer Pricing studies involve an in-depth analysis of a company’s operations and transactions. This process can reveal operational inefficiencies and areas for improvement, as well as identify new business opportunities and optimization strategies that might otherwise go unnoticed.  


By 2024, the benefits of having Transfer Pricing studies in Chile are clear. Not only do they enable regulatory compliance and tax optimization, but they also improve transparency, reduce audit risks, and align companies with international guidelines. In addition, these studies can become valuable tools for identifying new business opportunities.  

Ensure your company’s success and competitiveness in the global marketplace with well-founded and up-to-date Transfer Pricing studies!  

Contact TPC Group for expert and personalized Transfer Pricing advice, and ensure your company complies with all regulations while optimizing your tax efficiency. Our team of specialists is ready to help you navigate the complex world of Transfer Pricing in 2024!