transfer pricing

Transfer Pricing Practice

Practice overview

The Transfer Pricing group has been engaged by multinational corporations, law firms, tax consultants, and tax authorities around the world to help them navigate the ever-changing transfer pricing landscape and to advise in disputes. We work in an array of industries including technology, life sciences and energy. Our work requires a detailed understanding of multinational corporations’ global value chains, which is carried into deliverables such as IP valuations, cross-border reorganizations, tax compliance documentation, and litigation assistance.


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What do we look for in candidates?

Full Time – We look for final year undergraduates and master’s students with a degree in Economics, Accounting, Finance or an analytical discipline. We look for people with strong knowledge of finance, accounting and economic methods and quantitative skills. We require applicants to have a strong written communicated and fluency in Microsoft Excel.

Role of junior staff

Junior staff will assist in the project team with the development of appropriate financial and economic analyses and valuation models to support case theories. They will also conduct industry, market, and competitive research to develop an independent fact base. Junior staff will spend a lot of time reviewing and summarizing client documents and third-party research to identify relevant information. Staff will assist in the production and development of research summaries, expert reports, and the presentation of findings.

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