Moore Stephens appoints Ken Almand as new Transfer Pricing Partner

  • New hire will add 21 years of experience in the transfer pricing practice
Moore Stephens is pleased to announce that Ken Almand has been appointed as Transfer Pricing Partner within our Business Tax practice in London.

Ken Almand joins from RSM, where he was Head of Transfer Pricing for six years. Ken specialises in helping international corporations manage their global tax obligations, transfer pricing strategies and compliance responsibilities.

Ken will be heading the transfer pricing team in London, working closely with Moore Stephens’ UK and international network as their transfer pricing practice grows.

During Ken’s 21-year career he has been involved in advising the UK Government on transfer pricing policy issues and has formulated UK transfer pricing legislation and anti-avoidance laws. He has played a leading role in successfully negotiating 80 transfer pricing settlements in various countries.

Ken’s experience working at HMRC gives him a unique insight into the tactics and thinking of tax authorities, which combined with his practical commercial approach is extremely valuable to clients.

Ken’s expertise in transfer pricing has led to him co-authoring Tolley’s International Tax Planning 2018-19 as well as teaching transfer pricing to students sitting the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation.

Ken comments: “Moore Stephens’ transfer pricing practice is growing at a time of great change and challenge for international business. I am very excited at the opportunity to join Moore Stephens at such an interesting time for the business.

“There has been a raft of new rules that is going to impact transfer pricing internationally, from Donald Trump’s once in a generation tax reforms to upcoming EU rule changes. I am committed to helping businesses manage this volatile tax landscape.

“I am looking forward to working with the outstanding members of the UK Tax department and Transfer Pricing team at Moore Stephens as we develop our national and international transfer pricing practice.”

 

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