All material subject to strictly enforced copyright laws. © 2022 ITR is part of the Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC group.

Another law firm hires transfer pricing specialist

Cameron McKenna has continued the trend of law firms hiring transfer pricing expertise.

Nick Foster-Taylor joined the London firm as head of transfer pricing on December 7. He will advise clients of the corporate tax department, though he is not a lawyer.

Other law firms, such as Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, which hired a head of transfer pricing economics in London this year, have also identified a closer relationship now between the legal and economic principles behind transfer pricing.

Foster-Taylor joins Cameron McKenna from Kelsham Global, a small, multinational transfer pricing practice, where he was managing partner. Previously he worked for KPMG and was a managing director at Duff & Phelps.

more across site & bottom lb ros

More from across our site

Multinational companies fear the scrutiny of aggressive tax audits may be overstepping the mark on transfer pricing methodology.
Standardisation and outsourcing are two possible solutions amid increasing regulations and scrutiny on transfer pricing, say sources.
Inaugural awards announces winners
The UN’s decision to seek a leadership role in global tax policy could be a crucial turning point but won’t be the end of the OECD, say tax experts.
The UN may be set to assume a global role in tax policy that would rival the OECD, while automakers lobby the US to change its tax rules on Chinese materials.
Companies including Valentino and EveryMatrix say the early adoption of EU public CbCR rules could boost transparency of local and foreign MNEs, despite the short notice.
ITR invites tax firms, in-house teams, and tax professionals to make submissions for the 2023 ITR Tax Awards in Asia-Pacific, Europe Middle East & Africa, and the Americas.
Tax authorities and customs are failing multinationals by creating uncertainty with contradictory assessment and guidance, say in-house tax directors.
The CJEU said the General Court erred in law when it ruled that both companies benefitted from Italian state aid.
An OECD report reveals multinationals have continued to shift profits to low-tax jurisdictions, reinforcing the case for strong multilateral action in response.