Axel Eigelshoven is a transfer pricing partner in PwC's Düsseldorf office and serves as head of the PwC's German transfer pricing practice. He has more than 20 years of experience in international taxation and transfer pricing.
Axel is working on wide variety of transfer pricing projects including tax audits, IP migration, tax effective supply chain management, permanent establishment issues, APAs and competent authority procedures under the tax treaty and the EU arbitration convention. His clients involve a number of DAX 30 companies, large multinationals and midsize companies. Axel is focused on the automotive, engineering and chemical industry.
Axel lectures at the Mannheim Business School, the Vienna University of Economics and Business and is frequent speaker on transfer pricing at national and international seminars. He is co-author of Vogel/Lehner, Doppelbesteuerungsabkommen, a leading commentary on tax treaties, co-author of Kroppen, Handbuch der Verrechnungspreise, a leading publication on transfer pricing and is contributing the German country chapter in IBFD's Global Transfer Pricing Explorer. Moreover, he has published numerous articles in national and international tax journals.
Axel holds a degree in Business Economics (Diplom-Kaufmann) from the University of Cologne. He is a Certified Tax Advisor (Steuerberater) and is a member of the Tax Advisors Association and the International Fiscal Association.