Roman Dawid is an international tax partner at PwC based in Frankfurt am Main with a specialization in transfer pricing. He has worked as an economist for over 20 years and is specialized in the analysis of complex business processes and intangible valuation.
Dr. Dawid has over 18 years of experience as a transfer pricing advisor at Big 4 audit firms. He has advised many large European, US, Canadian and Asian multinational enterprises in various industries in all areas of transfer pricing, including planning, documentation and tax audit defense. His main industry experience includes companies in the automotive and industrial products industry, consumer goods, and (renewable) energy.
Together with his clients, Dr. Dawid has developed and implemented global transfer pricing systems. His current focus is on the new OECD BEPS regulations, especially for intangibles (action items 8 – 10), and the transfer pricing for digital business models. He has supported clients in business restructurings and valuations of intangible property. Furthermore, Dr. Dawid has supported the successful negotiation of APAs.
Dr. Dawid has worked on several research projects and on a number of economic and business publications. He has a teaching assignment in the International Master of Taxation Program at the University of Göttingen. Dr. Dawid co-authored the leading German publication on transfer pricing, "Handbuch Internationale Verrechnungspreise", edited by Heinz-Klaus Kroppen. Moreover, he is editor of a book on transfer pricing for practitioners published by Springer-Gabler.
Prior to his career in transfer pricing, Dr. Dawid worked in the field of public finance and taxation at Bochum University. Dr. Dawid graduated with a PhD in economics from Bochum University and holds a master's degree in economics from Constance University. He also studied at the London School of Economics. He is member of the International Fiscal Association and Verein für Socialpolitik.