PricewaterhouseCoopers appoints Diane Hay as international tax special adviser

Published at 12:10 PM on 21 May 2009

Diane Hay has been appointed as a special adviser on international tax issues to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC).

Diane will be working primarily with PwC’s tax transfer pricing and international structuring teams and will be integral to assisting clients settle the ever increasing number of cross-border tax disputes.

Barry Marshall, head of tax, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP said:

“Diane brings with her many years of corporate tax experience excellence. Previously as a senior official with HMRC her knowledge of dealing with specialist and technical tax policy cases will be a major asset to the expertise of the transfer pricing tax team and our practice generally. We are extremely proud to be welcoming Diane on board.”

As more and more governments look at arbitration, and other new ways of solving large disputes, the PwC transfer pricing team have been developing ‘hands on’ expertise in this area to offer a multi jurisdiction dispute resolution capability.

Diane Hay, consultant tax adviser, said:

“I am really delighted to be working with PwC to help them deliver an outstanding transfer pricing and dispute resolution service to their clients worldwide."

For more information contact:

Georgina Rushie
Tax PR Manager, PwC 
Tel:020 7804 6924 
Mobile:07725 707 175


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