Transfer Pricing Switzerland
Deloitte wins the Switzerland Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year Award
|At the European Tax Awards night held on Wednesday 16 May 2012 in London, Deloitte, against stiff competition, has won the award as the Transfer Pricing firm of the year in Switzerland. This award provides testimony of the growing recognition for Deloitte’s Transfer Pricing expertise and credentials in the Swiss market place. Under the impetus of Mark Atkinson and Hans Rudolf Habermacher, Deloitte has continued to expand its client footprint and enhance its cutting edge competence within critical technical areas, such as financial services, the energy sector, commodity trading, business model optimisation, intellectual property, debt pricing, etc.|
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Deloitte is committed to retaining its leadership position, not only by delivering high quality services but also by being responsive to the ever growing demands of its client base in the face of a more stringent Transfer Pricing regulatory framework across the world. In order to further strengthen the Swiss Transfer Pricing team, Dr Achim Roeder, the leader of Deloitte’s EMEA Transfer Pricing practice, has recently joined the team in Zurich. Achim Roeder will strengthen the Zurich practice to share his extensive experience, support strategic client initiatives and increase connectivity on an international basis.
Dr Achim Roeder joins the Swiss Transfer Pricing practice
Dr Achim Roeder is the leader of Deloitte’s EMEA Transfer Pricing practice. He has over 15 years of experience in international taxation and Transfer Pricing and has advised leading multinationals in various industries. His projects especially include Transfer Pricing planning in respect of European supply chain reorganisations as well as Transfer Pricing documentation and German audit defence.
Achim lectures on international tax law at the University of Bochum and is a frequent speaker at international conferences. His publications include a volume on the economics of anti-avoidance legislation in international German tax law, a commentary on Chapter VI of the OECD Guidelines (Special Considerations on Intangible Property), as well as a number of other publications covering a broad range of business and economic topics.
Achim holds a PhD in Business Taxation, a Diploma in Business Economics, and a Master of Arts from the University of Bochum. He is a certified German tax adviser.
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