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Paul Riley

Tax National Managing Partner

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Paul is the National Managing Partner of Deloitte Tax. Prior to his appointment Paul was Deloitte’s Asia-Pacific transfer pricing leader for 3 years and leader of Victoria tax group for 1 year. Paul has over 27 years of experience, including ten years with the Australian Taxation Office and 17 years in public practice, with experience serving clients throughout Australia, Asia Pacific and the US. Paul spent two years with Deloitte’s Global Transfer Pricing team in its Los Angeles office, working with US multinational companies.

Paul specialises in fast-moving consumer goods, financial services, energy & resources, manufacturing and service industries and is experienced in all facets of transfer pricing, including:

  • Successfully resolving a number of transfer pricing audits and advance pricing arrangements (APA)
  • Large-scale global, regional and local documentation studies
  • Analysis and review of business restructures and intra-group debt pricing
  • Planning for cross-border transactions for global businesses.

Paul’s clients range from large multinationals to mid-caps, and his industry specialties include FMCG, energy and resources, financial services and manufacturing. Recently Paul partnered a global beverage group to a successful Bilateral APA.

Paul was selected as one of Euromoney’s 2008, 2010 & 2012 World’s Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers. As an acknowledged expert in his field, Paul is a regular presenter at external transfer pricing conferences and has spoken at public seminars in Australia, USA and throughout Asia. Paul leads the process of commenting on the latest ATO positions on transfer pricing issues including business restructures, intra-group financing and APA program reforms, helping to shape policy through submissions to government.

 

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