Webinar Details

Date: Thursday, November 15th 
Time: 3:00-3:45pm GMT / 10:00-10:45am EST


Still grappling with disparate spreadsheets and Access databases to oversee transfer pricing execution?

As attention to transfer pricing grows, historical ways of working are quickly coming under increased scrutiny. As authorities look for increasingly close ties between Tax and Finance views of financial data, monitoring transfer pricing after year-end and booking sizable adjustments may no longer be sustainable.  Businesses are being challenged to refine their processes and improve efficiency to help evidence and defend their positions.

How to Prepare:

Register for this webinar to hear from industry experts Rachel Taylor, Partner with Deloitte Tax Management Consulting and Brad Hearn, VP of Tax Product Management at Longview, to learn how leading organizations are re-thinking how they monitor and oversee transfer pricing execution.

Key Learnings:

  • Hear how others are broaching this topic with their internal leadership
  • Gain perspectives on how to evaluate your current state
  • Gather practical advice on how to initiate change
  • Learn how technology can assist in the overall transformation


Brad Hearn

VP of Tax Product Management


Brad Hearn, VP Tax Product Management at Longview, has nearly two decades of experience focused on helping customers implement financial and tax reporting software solutions. Today he focuses on leading the product development efforts for Longview’s suite of tax-focused solutions.

Rachel Taylor

Partner, Tax Management Consulting


Rachel is a Partner in Tax Management Consulting, specializing in tax technology (including all major ERP systems – SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, etc.) and the tax aspects of Finance Transformation programmes.
One of the key aspects of her work involves process and technology solutions for Operational Transfer Pricing, including using dedicated transfer pricing software, ERP solutions, data warehouses, and Excel enhancements. She has extensive industry experience having worked in the Group Tax departments of HSBC and Barclays and also as Head of Tax & Treasury at Channel 4 Television.

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