TORONTO, Aug. 10, 2012 /CNW/ - Collins Barrow Toronto grows again with the addition of new partner David Kemp, who leads the firm's new Global Transfer Pricing & Dispute Resolution practice. David will work with multinational enterprises across Canada to provide unsurpassed clarity and innovative solutions for cross-border tax challenges.
"As companies grow globally, innovative processes and meticulous documentation must be in place to ensure compliance with increasingly stringent international regulations," says David. "The team at Collins Barrow is ready to see to every detail, so that our clients can focus on their business goals."
Previously National Leader of the Global Transfer Pricing & Dispute Resolution team at a national accounting firm, David has over 20 years of extensive experience in the areas of global transfer pricing, income tax and financial advisory. He has counselled clients in a broad scope of industries on transfer pricing planning, documentation and dispute resolution issues. David has also advised on a wide range of cross-border transactions, encompassing tangible and intangible assets, intellectual property, financial transactions, management fees and cost reimbursements.
"We are proud to welcome David aboard to provide expert advice that addresses the increasingly sophisticated demands of our domestic and international clientele. Transfer pricing is a complex and highly-specialized field that is of growing interest to our clients as their operations expand and regulations continue to evolve," says Harry Blum, Managing Partner of Collins Barrow Toronto. "Collins Barrow Toronto is continually expanding its specialized offerings as part of our commitment to providing a one-stop shop platform, where clients benefit from multi-faceted in-house expertise and highly integrated solutions."
The move represents an important step in Collins Barrow's overall strategy to lead the middle market by delivering a wide range of specialized services, now including transfer pricing.
SOURCE Collins Barrow National Cooperative Incorporated