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KPMG hires three transfer pricing experts

02 August 2017

Ehi Ogona

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KPMG in the US has hired Mark Martin, Mark Horowitz and Tracy Gomes from McDermott Will and Emery to help clients across all industries assess broader value management considerations in transfer pricing disputes resulting from BEPS.

Martin will serve as the national leader of transfer pricing dispute resolution at KPMG and direct-entry principal. He is a leader in areas of tax and tax law litigation and controversy. He previously worked as an attorney adviser to Judge Carolyn Miller Parr of the US Tax Court.

Horowitz joins the company as a direct-entry principal. He has experience in US-Japan, US-UK, and US-Canada competent authority cases and advance pricing agreements. Prior to joining KPMG, he was a partner at McDermott Will and Emery. While at the law firm, he assisted MNEs with global transfer pricing and tax controversy matters.

Gomes will serve as a managing director in KPMG’s economic and valuation services tax practice. Prior to joining KPMG, Gomes was the chief economist for the transfer pricing practice at McDermott Will and Emery. In this role, he advised clients on tax matters including international transfer pricing and competent authority proceedings, the valuation of intellectual property, business enterprises and financial products.

Tracy Gomes KPMG US 100 x 90 Mark Martin KPMG 100 x 90 Mark Horowitz KPMG 100 x 90






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