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Ágata Uceda

KPMG Meijburg & Co

P.O. Box 74600

1070 DE Amsterdam

Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)88 90 91420

Email: uceda.agata@kpmg.com

Website: www.meijburg.com

Ágata Uceda is director with the transfer pricing team of Meijburg & Co in Amsterdam and member of KPMG's global transfer pricing services. She has 15 years of experience working full-time in the transfer pricing field and advising multinationals on a variety of transfer pricing issues, including: due diligence before acquisitions or reorganisations, design and implementation of transfer pricing policies when they are not in place or need to be realigned with the business strategy, and valuing intangibles and other assets for tax and legal purposes. Ágata also has experience negotiating advance pricing agreements (APAs) and defending complex transfer pricing audits. Most recently, she has acted as expert witness supporting tax litigation in several European countries.

Ágata is a frequent speaker at international events (including the IBFD and Bloomberg BNA training courses, as well as OECD consultations) and is invited as guest lecturer at the University of Leiden, University of Amsterdam and Queen Mary University in London.

She won the award for Best in Transfer Pricing at the European Women in Business Awards in 2011, 2013, and 2016 and she is regularly mentioned by Euromoney as one of the best transfer pricing advisers in the world in its Transfer Pricing Expert Guide.

Having lived and worked in several countries – the US, Spain and the Netherlands – her clients and colleagues praise her broad international experience, management style and pragmatic approach to finding solutions. She also takes an active role promoting diversity in the workplace and mentoring and coaching people

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