TaxCorporate TaxOECD tax expert transfers to KPMG

OECD tax expert transfers to KPMG

Joins KPMG’s global transfer pricing services division

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
office.

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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