Martin Renz is a transfer pricing partner in PwC's Stuttgart office. He has 20 years of experience in international taxation and transfer pricing and leading the transfer pricing group at PwC in Stuttgart.
Martin has significant experience with the approach of German and foreign tax authorities towards transfer pricing and has been involved in several transfer pricing projects including dispute resolution, carrying out value chain transfer pricing studies, implementation of entrepreneur structures, licensing structures and tax consulting within Advance Pricing Agreement procedures (including the first APA between Germany and Switzerland). He has led many projects for multinationals to set up global transfer pricing structures including the BRIC countries. His clients involve mainly large multinationals and midsize companies. Martin is focused on the automotive, engineering and health care industry.
Martin is frequent speaker on transfer pricing seminars. He is co-publisher and author of Renz/Wilmanns Internationale Verrechnungspreise – Handbuch für Praktiker, co-author of Bernhardt, Verrechnungspreise and contributing the Transfer Pricing chapter in Beck's Handbuch der AG. Moreover, he has published numerous articles in tax journals.
Martin holds a German MBA (Diplom-Kaufmann) and practices as a certified tax advisor (Steuerberater).