Richard McAlonan is the first of four senior resignations from the Internal Revenue Service in the US to find a new home.
The former director of the IRS’s Advance Pricing and Mutual Agreement (APMA) Programme is joining EY as director of National Tax transfer pricing controversy in Washington, DC, and as Americas director of advance pricing agreements (APAs).
Before he joined the IRS,McAlonan was an executive director for EY’s transfer pricing controversy practice in the US, where he advised clients on transfer pricing controversy risk management and resolution (including audit dispute resolution) as well as APAs, competent authority procedures and tax treaties.
McAlonan has an MBA and MSc in taxation and is a certified public accountant.
Sam Maruca, the IRS director of transfer pricing operations, Michael Danilack, the organisation’s deputy commissioner (international) and Diana Wollman, the director of international strategy in the IRS’s Large Business and International division, have all resigned from the US tax agency in recent weeks.
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