Cherry Bekaert hires new national US TP leader
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Cherry Bekaert hires new national US TP leader

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Kirk Hesser has been appointed the role of managing director and national leader for transfer pricing in Cherry Bekaert’s Atlanta practice.

Hesser has extensive experience in transfer pricing compliance and planning, as well as controversy defence and business transaction structuring. He has more than 24 years of experience and will manage a team of economists and tax professionals in the Atlanta, Georgia office.

Hesser’s previous experience includes various positions at BDO, EY, Grant Thornton, Arthur Andersen and Coopers & Lybrand.

                                                   

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