Mr de Homont is an expert NERA's Global Transfer Pricing practice, where he provides transfer pricing advice to international corporations and law firms. He specializes in the transfer pricing of intellectual property in tax audits and litigation cases, as well as in the digital economy.
Mr de Homont has extensive experience in the defense of licensing and valuation arrangements for intangibles. His recent cases covered transactions from brand licenses, profit splits for local distribution and sales companies, to the valuation of user data and relocations of functions. In the digital economy, he has introduced novel approaches to separate market and user intangibles from technical engineering and established methods to valuate platform intangibles.
He has worked for global clients in a variety of industries, in particular in the high-tech machine industry, the digital economy, in fast-moving consumer goods and the pharmaceutical industry. He has worked successfully with various international law firms, tax advisors and multinationals on cases in the United States, throughout Europe and several other countries.
Mr de Homont is a frequent speaker at international tax conferences and regularly publishes articles on transfer pricing developments, and on defense and planning cases. He is author to chapters on valuation in two leading German textbooks, on Transfer Pricing and Intellectual Property respectively. Mr de Homont holds an MSc in economics from the University of Warwick, and an MSc-equivalent in physics from the Technische Universität München.