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New North American TP leader at Duff & Phelps

Jill Weise

Duff & Phelps has promoted one of its managing directors, Jill Weise, to transfer pricing group practice leader for North America.

Weise has been with the firm for four years and is based in Boston. From 1996, she was a senior manager at EY for five years, before taking on the same role at Arthur Andersen for a year. She then left for a new role as director at Deloitte. Weise was also vice president at CRA International for three years before becoming a managing director and New England practice leader at Duff & Phelps in 2008.

Weise is experienced in a wide range of TP issues, including planning analyses, global studies, APAs, controversy, litigation, state TP, cost sharing and intangible asset migration.


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