Mark Bronson joined Duff & Phelps in 2012. A managing director in the Boston office, Mark has significant experience addressing transfer pricing issues for multinational companies and government agencies. He has helped numerous clients resolve disputes through audit, appeals, competent authority and APA venues.
Mark has a wide variety of industry experience, with a particular focus on pharmaceutical, biomedical device, and other technology-driven industries.
Prior to joining Duff & Phelps, Mark was a Managing Director with Ceteris, as well as a Vice President at one of the largest international economic consulting firms. Mark's background also includes two years serving in the Advanced Pricing Agreement ("APA") program of the US Treasury, where he was the lead economist for the cost-sharing industry specialty group; there he served on a small team of individuals from the IRS and treasury that were working to resolve valuation issues in the proposed cost-sharing regulations. In addition to cost-sharing experience, Mark has a deep background addressing complex intangible and tangible transfer pricing issues in tax planning, compliance, and controversy resolution contexts.
Mark holds an MBA with accounting and finance concentrations from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He also has a BA from the University of Rochester in economics and statistics.