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Deloitte Ireland wins national Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year Award 2013

Deloitte Ireland, the leading business advisory firm, has been announced as the winner of the 2013 Ireland Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year award in the International Tax Review (ITR) European Tax Awards, receiving the award for the second year running. Deloitte was chosen from a range of firms which were nominated for the award.

The award is recognition of the quality of the services provided by the transfer pricing team who worked with a number of multinational companies advising on a broad range of issues including global documentation requirements, operating structures, pricing models and feasibility studies to support changes in all aspects of the business value chain.

Commenting on the win, Paul Reck, Head of Transfer Pricing at Deloitte Ireland said: “We are delighted to be recognised again with this award. It is a fantastic reward for our hard work and commitment to our clients. By providing local expertise, along with a global support network, we are ensuring our clients get the breadth of knowledge and support that they require. Many multinationals based in Ireland, and operating in Europe and beyond, face significant transfer pricing challenges. This award is testament to how the team at Deloitte is helping clients respond to these challenges.”

The Deloitte transfer pricing team comprises senior personnel from the tax team in Ireland, with extensive expertise not only in transfer pricing but also in international tax and indirect tax and customs, with a number of the team having worked in Deloitte offices in the US, UK, NZ and in the firm’s Global Transfer Pricing Centre based in India.  During 2013 the transfer pricing team has broadened its experience and expertise, recruiting additional senior managers from Spain and the US.  The team, which is part of the wider Deloitte Transfer Pricing team globally, has significant experience working with multinational companies and indigenous Irish businesses with operations outside of Ireland both in relation to compliance issues and on the advisory front where transfer pricing has been used to assist clients to align tax efficiencies with their business model.

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