John Henshall, Deloitte UK, is a partner in the Transfer Pricing group and global co-lead of the Business Model Optimization (BMO) services. He specializes in the transfer pricing of business reorganizations and intellectual property, which are significant value drivers for defense and aerospace multinationals. With over 30 years of tax experience, John has a successful history of achieving strong compliance positions, strong documentation and, when appropriate, both advance pricing agreements and successful tax controversy settlements.
Training initially with the UK tax authority, John became a Deloitte UK partner in 2001. John represents Deloitte UK to HMRC at the national level on transfer pricing technical matters, and he represents Deloitte globally at OECD's Working Party 1, dealing with permanent establishment issues, and Working Party 6, dealing with transfer pricing of intangibles.
John is consulted by overseas governments on the modernization of their approach to international taxation and transfer pricing, including base erosion and profit shifting–inspired legislation. He lectures on supply-chain reorganizations and the transfer pricing of intangibles both to industry and to tax authorities.
John is regularly published, including in journals such as Practical US/International Tax Strategies, Tax Planning International: Transfer
Pricing, Bloomberg BNA's Transfer Pricing Report, and The Tax Journal. John is the author of Global Transfer Pricing: Principles and Practice (3rd Edition) [Bloomsbury Professional, 2016] and a contributing author on transfer pricing to Ray, Partnership Taxation [Lexis Nexis, Tolley].