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Quantera Global launches TP practice in Germany

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Independent transfer pricing advisory firm Quantera Global has launched a TP practice in Frankfurt, Germany, strengthening its position in the German and Austrian markets.

The firm’s former alliance partner, TaxID, has been rebranded to Quantera Global and will continue to provide transfer pricing, customs and valuation services to multinationals. It serves companies from a wide range of sectors in countries all over the globe.

Managing director Christoph Kromer has more than 25 years of experience in national and international tax, transfer pricing, tax technology, tax risk management and litigation. He has experience as an in-house tax director and has also worked for KPMG and Arthur Andersen, among others.

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