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KPMG appoints Jonathan Bernsen to lead Swiss TP team

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Jonathan Bernsen has joined KPMG Switzerland to head its transfer pricing team.

Bernsen, who is based in Zurich, specialises in transfer pricing, international tax, tax technology and tax transformation.

He has 20 years of advisory experience with complex transfer pricing and tax issues including business model optimisation, supply chain and IP planning, technology solutions and tax risk management. Before joining KPMG Switzerland, he worked at Deloitte Denmark.

Jonathan also has substantial industry experience from working in-house as the group transfer pricing manager of an international industrial manufacturer. Jonathan has lived and worked in Switzerland, Denmark, Australia and the US.

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