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PwC adds two new transfer pricing principals

PwC has added two new transfer principals to their US offices, with Jerry Klopfer joining in Boston and Stephen Curtis in Denver.

Klopfer specialises in the implementation and management of intercompany requirements. Before joining PwC he was a principal for KPMG’s economic and valuation services practice between 2005 and 2016. Prior to this, Klopfer worked with management consulting in companies such as Monitor Group and A.T Kearney.

Stephen Curtis was president and chief economist for consultancy focused on TP economics at Cross Border Analytics before joining PwC. Before this, he worked for EY and specialised in TP analysis for multinational companies.

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