Lyndon is a Senior Partner in PwC Australia's Global Tax & Trade – Transfer pricing practice based in Sydney.
He has specialised in transfer pricing since 1996 and in that time has conducted a wide variety of complex transfer pricing assignments for some of the world's leading multinational companies across industries in Australia and Asia.
Lyndon's particular area of focus is transfer pricing controversy, where he advises clients on appropriate strategies to avoid and resolve transfer pricing disputes. He has advised on a number of transfer pricing litigation cases both in the Federal Court of Australia and in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and is experienced in working with joint disciplinary teams. He also has extensive Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) and Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) experience having led MAP matters and APAs with the Competent Authorities of the US, Canada, UK, Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Singapore, France, Sweden, Denmark, New Zealand, Philippines and Vietnam.
Lyndon has been recognised by the International Tax Review as one of Australia's leading transfer pricing advisors and he was an external consultant to Treasury on the 2013 review of Australia's transfer pricing regime.
Controversy management, APAs, MAPs/ADRs, IP management, restructuring
Consumer goods and services, tech and telecoms, pharma and life sciences, media, industrials
Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
Taxation Institute of Australia.
Honours degree in Economics, Swansea university, 1986