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OECD appoints new head of transfer pricing

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Tomas Balco has been appointed as the new head of the OECD’s Transfer Pricing Unit in the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration. He is scheduled to take up his post on September 4 2017.

Previously, he was the Slovak Republic’s general state counsel and head of the International Tax Division at the Ministry of Finance.

Prior to that, Tomas was a professor at Kimep University and visiting professor and lecturer at other Universities in Europe as well as at the African Tax Institute at University of Pretoria and the Director of the Central Asian Tax Research Centre in Kazakhstan.

He has also held positions with Deloitte and PwC.

According to the OECD, he has been a participant in the work of the UN Committee of Experts on International Taxation, and as a tax policy and capacity building expert he has also worked with Ministries of Finance and Tax Administrations in Europe, Central Asia and Africa.


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