Partner: Karin Andorfer
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Number of TP advisors: 16
Ranking: Number 1 TP Firm in Austria
Deloitte Austria — Dynamic growing transfer pricing leader
The transfer pricing practice of Deloitte Austria is led by Karin Andorfer whose multidisciplinary team of 16 professionals (including Gabriele Holzinger, partner and Florian Henninger, director, among others) provides a competitive advantage in conducting complex restructurings and transfer pricing projects.
The growth of Deloitte Austria’s transfer pricing practice can be attributed to the comprehensive specialized knowledge of its team, the dynamic advisory work within its global network and its industry know-how (particularly Financial Services industry). Moreover, Deloitte Austria’s transfer pricing team has also gained a strong reputation in the Austrian M&A market since it offers professional tax and transfer pricing assessments as part of the buyer or vendor due diligence work and post-merger integrations.
Considering that the global tax law landscape is changing considerably, it is important to highlight the impact of these changes on the technological and the regulatory aspects in the financial services sector. With this aim, Deloitte Austria’s transfer pricing team hosts international “Financial Services Transfer Pricing conferences” spotlighting technological and regulatory change. The conferences feature a mix of plenary and themed breakout sessions exploring the hot topics and key international tax, transfer pricing and regulatory developments relevant to the banking, asset management, and insurance sectors presented by Deloitte’s transfer pricing specialists from various jurisdictions. Academics, practitioners, and tax advisors discuss the most relevant transfer pricing topics affecting the financial services sector such as current challenges for in-house tax transfer pricing professionals, key transfer pricing developments in the asset management sector, insurance and banking, trending topics in transfer pricing audits and challenges from IBOR (Interbank Offered Rates) transition.