International law firm Hogan Lovells has hired Tom McFarlane as head of transfer pricing (EMEA) for the firm’s growing transfer pricing practice. He will be working from the firm’s London office.
McFarlane brings 16 years of experience in implementing new and efficient operating models for multinationals around the globe. He works closely with his clients to ensure compliance with the anti-base erosion and profit shifting rules, as well as assisting clients with numerous advance pricing agreements and mutual agreement procedure claims.
McFarlane joins from Alvarez & Marsal (A&M), where he was a partner and led the Transfer Pricing and Tax Efficient Supply Chain Management practice in London.
Karen Hughes, Partner and Practice Area Co-Leader – Tax, said: “We have an ambitious and truly international long-term vision for the transfer pricing practice. A further top-level appointment to the transfer pricing practice is the first step in growing the practice out from our London base. With Tom being present in London to develop the European business even further, it will enable us to concentrate on growing transfer pricing and supply chain work outside of Europe, especially in the Americas.”