Michael Freudenberg is a partner in KPMG's Global Transfer Pricing Service Line in Düsseldorf. He joined KPMG's transfer pricing team in 2003 and has over 16 years of experience in transfer pricing as well as related economic analyses and valuation. His areas of expertise include planning, implementation and documentation of transfer pricing systems as well as transfer pricing controversy.
Michael is specialized in value chain management and business restructurings helping clients with the tax compliant reorganization and refinement of their operating models and value chains. He has vast experience in valuation of business transfers and intellectual property. Michael is engaged in the development and implementation of data analytics solutions and assists clients with the operationalization of their transfer pricing system including the development and implementation of governance and process models. Michael graduated in Bochum (Dipl.-Ökonom) and Frankfurt/Main (Executive Master of Finance and Accounting). He is a member of the transfer pricing working group of the Schmalenbach-Gesellschaft in Germany and has published various articles on transfer pricing planning and documentation as well as on operational transfer pricing.
KPMG is a global network of professional service firms providing audit, tax and consulting services with more than 207,000 professionals in 152 countries. In Germany, KPMG belongs to the leading audit and consulting firms with about 11,700 professionals in more than 25 locations. About 100 transfer pricing specialists in Germany cover all aspects of transfer pricing from transfer pricing system design and planning to turnkey documentation solutions and controversy.