Governments and central banks around the world are struggling to address the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the economy. While certain governments may mitigate the crisis by doing whatever it takes, businesses are still required to operate and transact with their international affiliates at arm’s length as prescribed by…
Ivan Tsios is a director of economics in the Chicago office. He focuses on valuation, transfer pricing, and financial/statistical analysis. He has assisted multinational corporations with business enterprise and intangible asset valuations and a broad range of transfer pricing issues, including planning intercompany pricing, documenting tangible, intangible, and services transactions, negotiating advanced pricing agreements, restructuring intercompany arrangements for tax purposes, intellectual property transfers, and audit/controversy support.