Kreston Global announces new Global Transfer Pricing Group

September 15, 2022

New group to be made up of specialists from across the network

LONDON – Kreston Global today announces its new Global Transfer Pricing Group, led by US-based David Whitmer. The group, which will form part of the Global Tax Group, will act as a steering group for Kreston Global’s transfer pricing services, ensuring market-leading expertise across the network and creating a network-wide focus for this critical international client service.

David Whitmer leads the National Transfer Pricing Practice at US member firm CBIZ Inc., advising multinational clients on solutions to transfer pricing and tax valuation issues. He has more than 20 years’ experience in transfer pricing consulting, in sectors including oil and gas, finance, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, software, manufacturing, multilevel marketing, service providers and tax-exempt organisations.   

The new group brings a wealth of experience from across the network. It includes Jorge Oropeza of Kreston BSG in Mexico, Amit Ajmera of Kreston SNCO in India, Radhika Seth of MMJS/Kreston Menon in the UAE, Victor Matesanwa of Kreston Zimbabwe, Agnieszka Janeczek of EXCO Poland and Yiwen Ping of Zhonghui in China.

David Whitmer, Chair of the Global Transfer Pricing Group at Kreston Global said:

“The growing prominence of transfer pricing is clear to see on a global level, and the creation of the Global Transfer Pricing Group will ensure that our transfer pricing clients’ needs are met with the utmost quality and care. I welcome the opportunity to work alongside international colleagues in this field to bring the best service possible to our transfer pricing clients everywhere.”

Mark Taylor, Head of the Global Tax Group at Kreston Global said:

“The creation of a Global Transfer Pricing Group marks a key moment for the development and growth of our services in this area, which have gone from strength to strength in recent years. I would like to thank David for his work to date in spearheading our global transfer pricing practice, and to thank the wider Global Transfer Pricing Group team for their involvement in this exciting new initiative.”