Geoff Gill is a transfer pricing partner with Deloitte’s Cross Border tax group in Sydney.
Geoff Gill is a transfer pricing partner and economist with Deloitte’s Cross Border tax group in Sydney. Geoff has over 14 years of experience in transfer pricing, and has worked in both London and Sydney. Geoff leads Deloitte Australia’s transfer pricing practice for the financial services industry. Geoff also specialises in and has extensive experience in the analysis of financial transactions.
Geoff’s work covers a wide variety of industries however his focus areas include:
- Financial services - Transfer pricing advisor to a number of retail and investment banks, property trusts, fund management and brokerage companies
- Telecommunications Media and Technology – including setting global transfer pricing policies and ATO controversy
- Debt pricing - analyses for a wide variety of debt instruments, guarantee fees and determination of arm’s length debt levels.
Geoff has successfully completed a wide range of bilateral and unilateral Advance Pricing Arrangements and audit defense projects. Geoff recently advised on the first completed joint transfer pricing audit between the ATO and IRS.
Geoff has published articles on loan guarantees, cloud computing, financial services, debt financing and the transfer pricing case law in international journals and speaks regularly at external seminars. Recently, he has been closely involved in working with the Australian Treasury on the reforms to Australia’s transfer pricing rules and on the Inspector General of Taxation’s review of the ATO’s approach to transfer pricing compliance.
Area of expertise
- Tax Services
- Transfer Pricing
- Banking and securities
- Investment management
- Real Estate
Professional membership and qualification
- Master of Philosophy in Economics, University of Oxford
- Bachelor of Economics (Honours), Trinity College, Dublin
- ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Finance
- Affiliate of Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
- Member of Tax Institute of Australia.