Henrik Lund is an international tax and transfer pricing partner with KPMG Acor Tax in Denmark. He is responsible for providing transfer pricing and international tax services to a wide range of the largest Danish and international multinationals with global operations. He has been part of KPMG's global transfer pricing services network since 2001.
Given the Danish tax authorities' intense focus on transfer pricing, and substantial adjustments imposed on multinationals, Henrik established and has been leading KPMG Denmark's transfer pricing audit and dispute resolution task force. The team focuses on assisting clients in dispute management and resolution, controversy and strategic handling of processes connected with international tax and transfer pricing audits.
As such, Henrik has been the leading adviser on negotiating numerous tax cases and many of the MAPs and APAs involving the Danish competent authority. He was also the advisor for the tax payer in the very first landmark Supreme Court transfer pricing case in Denmark, which ruled in favor of the Danish tax payer in 2019.
In addition, Henrik has been the lead of launching a KPMG tax dispute resolution and controversy network in Denmark that brings together tax dispute resolution and controversy in-house specialists to share best practices. KPMG Acor Tax has been recognized as a leading tax controversy firm in Denmark every year since 2014 by International Tax Review.
Henrik features as a lecturer and speaker on numerous tax and transfer pricing conferences and seminars in Denmark and abroad, and is the author of multiple articles on international transfer pricing. Henrik has also established a separate transfer pricing module as part of a Master in Tax education at the Copenhagen Business School, and he is recognized in the "Guide to the World's Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers".