Transfer Pricing Economist, Matthew Moriarty, joins The Cragus Group
Matthew Moriarty has recently relocated to the Middle East
and joined The Cragus Group.
A transfer pricing economist, previously with a Big 4, a listed economic consultancy and also serving as Managing Director of IntraPrice UK, Matthew brings with him some 20 years experience.
Matthew’s past and current clients cover a wide range of industries, from some of the largest global MNCs to privately held SMEs. Using expertise in both economic and business strategy, Matthew advises clients on increasing the organisational efficiency of their bespoke business structures, optimising their pricing systems and reducing tax liabilities from transfer pricing. Advising on the structuring and pricing of intragroup charges, (intellectual property, management services, finance, products, and people), he provides solutions that are tailored to reflect the dynamics of clients’ businesses rather than the traditional static approach.
Matthew has spoken at numerous conferences, and is published in both the academic and business press, most recently co-authoring a publication ‘The Impact of Taxation on Financial Services Firms’ Business Location Decisions’ commissioned by the City of London Corporation, and was the author of ‘Transfer Pricing and Loan Guarantee Fees: A looming transfer pricing risk’ for Tax Journal.
Matthew has successfully defended clients in many jurisdictions in Asia, Europe and North America, and has also negotiated with various revenue authorities and advised on Advance Pricing Agreements on behalf of clients.
The Cragus Group is recognised as the leading independent tax adviser in the Arabian Gulf, and serves multinational clients in or related to the Middle East and Africa.