Dr Achim Roeder is a transfer pricing partner with more than 20 years of experience in international taxation and transfer pricing. His clients include leading German and international multinationals from various industries with an emphasis on large German corporates. His projects cover transfer pricing planning in respect of European supply-chain reorganisations as well as transfer pricing implementation and documentation. Achim is regularly involved in German centric transfer pricing controversy and has been appointed as expert witness in transfer pricing court cases.
Achim lectures on international tax law at the University of Bochum and is a frequent speaker at international conferences. His publications include a volume on the economics of anti-avoidance legislation in international German tax law, a commentary on Chapter VI of the OECD Guidelines (Special Considerations on Intangible Property), as well as a number of other publications covering a broad range of business and economic topics. Achim holds a PhD in Business Taxation, a Diploma in Business Economics, and a Master of Arts from the University of Bochum. He is a certified German tax advisor (Steuerberater).
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