Chris Dobson is a Director in the Tax Performance Advisory practice of Ernst & Young Australia, based in Sydney. He has more than 12 years experience in various jurisdictions in the design, development and implementation of operational solutions for tax functions. His experience includes advising banking and capital markets clients in Australia and the USA on improving their tax processes, operational and risk reviews and tax risk framework implementation.
Aidan O'Carroll is the Global Tax Markets Leader for Ernst & Young and is based in London. Formally Head of Tax for the UK firm, Aidan is responsible for Ernst & Young's Global Priority Accounts and leads our Industries and Strategic Growth markets approach in the market place. Aidan advises clients on all aspects of tax strategy, transactions, tax risk and tax reporting & operations. As well as Chairing the Tax Directors workshops in the UK for Ernst & Young, he also chairs or speaks at client conferences around the world.
Alex Wijnen co-leads the Global Tax Effective Supply Chain (TESCM) practice of Ernst & Young Advisory from his base in the Netherlands. He is Ernst & Young's thought leader on TESCM - Advisory. He has gained extensive experience in advising large multinational companies on the TESCM impact of cross border business structures, including optimization, restructuring, new business models, divestments and acquisitions.
Thomas Borstell is Ernst & Young's Global Director of Transfer Pricing Services and is based in Duesseldorf, Germany. Thomas has extensive experience in the design and documentation of transfer pricing systems, tax effective supply chain management, structuring cost-allocation and cost-sharing arrangements, and in resolving transfer pricing conflicts with the tax authorities in audits, mutual agreement and arbitration procedures, and by Advanced Pricing Agreements.
His clients include many large German multinationals, including DAX companies, as well as many of the largest global corporations investing into Germany.
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