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15 - 17 June 2021
Virtual ConferenceBST/UTC+1 Time Zone

Brad Rolph
Canada National Practice Leader; Transfer Pricing at GRANT THORNTON


Brad is the Joint Global Head of Transfer Pricing for Grant Thornton International Limited and the National Leader of Grant Thornton’s transfer pricing practice in Canada. For over 25 years, Brad Rolph has helped multinational companies address their transfer pricing issues. He has been qualified as an expert in the economics of transfer pricing at the Tax Court of Canada. He is recognized as one of Canada’s leading transfer pricing advisors and was the first economist hired by any accounting firm in Canada to practice transfer pricing exclusively.

Brad’s areas of expertise include planning, implementing, documenting and defending intercompany transactions for tangible goods, services and intangibles; developing economic models to price complex financial transactions; resolving audit disputes at the field, appeals and Competent Authority level; negotiating unilateral or arranging bilateral advance pricing arrangements; and providing litigation support, and expert witness evidence and testimony.

Brad has served companies based in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Finland, France, Germany, Saudi Arabia and Japan. He has dealt with issues in industries such as aerospace, mining, metals and minerals, pulp and paper, transportation, heavy manufacturing, steel, utilities, automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, electronics, financial services, wholesale trade, apparel, software, consumer goods, and entertainment. He also has extensive experience with Japanese trading companies and businesses in the digital economy.

Agenda Sessions

  • WORKSHOP B: Managing Complex Transfer Pricing Disputes and Controversy