KPMG has appointed Matt Whipp, formerly head of business risk and transfer pricing at Diageo, as a director in its UK transfer pricing practice.
In his role at Diageo, Whipp was responsible for leading the business risk and transfer pricing for the group including establishing and managing its global transfer pricing policy, processes and documentation.
Komal Dhall, a partner from KPMG’s US transfer pricing practice, also joins the team.
John Neighbour, who has led the UK transfer pricing team since 2007, has been appointed deputy leader of KPMG’s global GTPS practice.
With Neighbour’s move to this global role, Stuart McDougall, who joined KPMG in the UK from Procter and Gamble in 2006, has taken over leadership of KPMG’s transfer pricing practice in the UK.
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