KPMG has secured the services of John Neighbour, former head of the tax
treaty, transfer pricing and financial transactions division at the OECD.
Neighbour, who is also a global authority on financial services transfer
pricing, will join the firms global transfer pricing services team at its London
He spent nine years at the Paris-based organisation and then at Revenue
& Customs where he led teams drafting and implementing transfer pricing
guidelines for the financial services and e-commerce sectors.
Chas North, head of the global transfer pricing team, said: ‘Our financial
services clients are attracting more and more scrutiny from the tax authorities.
The opportunity to add John Neighbour to our team was one we could not miss.’
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