Questro appoints two TP partners
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Questro appoints two TP partners

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Chris Whitehouse and Manuel Koch have joined transfer pricing firm Questro as partners in its Zurich and Stuttgart offices, respectively.

Whitehouse works across all TP areas, with a particular focus on operating model (re)design and competent authority matters.

Whitehouse has 19 years of tax and transfer pricing experience, most recently as an associate partner at EY in Switzerland. He has spent the past 14 years specialising in TP consultancy, working in the UK and Switzerland.

Koch joined Questro when the firm opened its Stuttgart office in Germany in January. He works across all TP areas, with a particular focus on intangibles, operational TP and IT tools for TP management. He has spent the past 10 years consulting on intangibles.

Koch joins the firm after 20 years of Big 4 international tax and transfer pricing experience, most recently as an executive director at EY in Germany and partner of LKC International. He has worked in Germany, Switzerland and the US.

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