Robin Hart


Robin Hart is a Principal within the Transfer Pricing Practice. Robin is a highly regarded transfer pricing and tax economist with 17 years of experience serving clients in the life sciences, technology, and consumer products sectors.

He has assisted taxpayers with their strategic objectives relating to the transfers and licensing of intangible property, alignment of supply chains, the establishment of high-value and shared service centers, and intercompany financing. Focused primarily on innovative Bay Area companies, Robin has executed on cross-border and domestic transactions involving cost-sharing and IP planning, post-acquisition integration, global BEPS alignment, the launch of new digital business models, and business restructurings. Projects have included feasibility and planning, U.S. and OECD Action 13 documentation, APA submissions, ASC740-10, and audit defense. His recent experience includes assessing IP strategies in light of U.S. tax reform and BEPS for high growth medical device, biotechnology and fintech companies. Prior to joining CRA, Robin was a Managing Director with Deloitte Tax in San Francisco.

Selected engagements

  • 01
    Bridging US customs and transfer pricing requirements
    Rebel Curd and Robin Hart of CRA’s Transfer Pricing Practice were engaged to prepare an analysis and report that bridges income tax and customs requirements...
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  • 02
    Cross-border biotech licensing of novel IP
    CRA provided economic analysis to a US-based biopharmaceutical company under audit by the French tax authority regarding the outbound license of novel IP from...
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  • 03
    Flexible transfer pricing architecture for services company
    CRA’s Robin Hart designed and operationalized a global services profit split transfer pricing policy for a digital services agency. The analysis identified and...
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