Jill Weise joined Duff & Phelps in 2012 as a managing director leveraging more than 20 years of transfer pricing expertise. Jill is currently the North American Leader of the firm's transfer pricing practice.
Throughout her career, she has worked with global clients to address an array of transfer pricing issues – including planning analyses, global studies, advance pricing agreements, controversy, litigation (including expert witness testimony), state transfer pricing, cost sharing, intangible asset migration, tax reserve calculations, and documentation for penalty protection. Jill has extensive industry experience in such areas as high-tech, computer software, biotechnology, medical instrumentation, pharmaceuticals, industrial products, chemicals, food and beverage, retail, and automotive.
Prior to joining Duff & Phelps, Jill was the leader of Ceteris' Boston practice and was integral to building the practice to the success it is today. Prior to joining Ceteris, Jill was the Director of Deloitte's New England transfer pricing practice and the east coast transfer pricing leader at Charles River Associates.
Jill is on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Business Economists (NABE) and currently the Co-Chair of this organization's transfer pricing roundtable. She also serves on the International Fiscal Association's New England Chapter Advisory Council. She frequently speaks at external events sponsored by law firms, professional associations and educational organizations. In addition, Jill has published articles in academic and trade journals, including Journal of Political Economy, Bloomberg BNA Transfer Pricing Report, Tax Management Memorandum, Euromoney and World Finance. She has been interviewed and featured by several publications, including the International Tax Review and Tax Business.
Jill has been listed in Euromoney's (Legal Media Group) "Guide to the World's Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers" and named as one of the top Woman Tax Leaders – Transfer Pricing in International Tax Review's Women Tax Leaders publication. Jill has an M.A. in Economics from The University of Chicago, along with a B.A. in Mathematics and a B.A. in Economics from Bates College.