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Philip de Homont

Director

Contact

Frankfurt
Tel: +49 69 710 447 502
Fax: +49 69 710 447 505

Email: philip.de.homont@nera.com
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Education

MSc in economics, University of Warwick
Diplom (MSc) in physics, Technische Universität München

Experience


Philip de Homont is an expert in transfer pricing and intellectual property valuation. He specialises in transfer pricing litigation support for international corporations and law firms. His passion is to prepare clear and concise reports for complex cases based on rigorous analysis.

Mr. de Homont has extensive experience in defending licencing and valuation arrangements for intangibles. His recent cases covered transactions from brand licences, profit splits for local distribution and sales companies, and the valuation of user data and relocations of functions. In the digital economy, he has introduced novel approaches for separating market and user intangibles from technical engineering and established methods to value platform intangibles.

He has worked for clients in a variety of industries, particularly in the high-tech machine industry, the digital economy, and the consumer goods industry. He has worked successfully with various international law firms, tax advisors, and multinational firms on cases in the US, throughout Europe, and several other countries.

Mr. de Homont is a frequent speaker at international tax conferences and regularly publishes articles on transfer pricing developments and on defence and planning cases. He authored two chapters on valuation for leading German textbooks on transfer pricing and intellectual property. He has repeatedly been listed as a ‘Rising Star’ in transfer pricing by Euromoney’s Expert Guides.

 

Philip de Homont unterstützt internationale Firmen und Kanzleien bei der Planung und Verteidigung von Verrechnungspreisen sowie der Bewertung von geistigem Eigentum. Er ist spezialisiert auf die Verteidigung in Betriebsprüfungen, vor dem Finanzgericht und als Experte in Schiedsverfahren. 

Herr de Homont hat umfangreiche Erfahrung in der Bewertung von immateriellen Wirtschaftsgütern in verschiedenen Branchen wie der Digitalwirtschaft, Telekommunikationsindustrie, Konsumgüterindustrie, und der Energieindustrie. In seinen letzten Fällen unterstützte er die Verteidigung von Marken und Lizenzgebühren, die Bewertung von Firmen und Funktionsverlagerungen.

Philip de Homont veröffentlicht regelmäßig Artikel zu Verrechnungspreisentwicklungen sowie zur Verteidigung und Planung in führenden Steuerzeitschriften. Er ist Koautor zweier deutscher Sachbücher über Verrechnungspreise und geistiges Eigentum. Er wurde von Lesern führender Fachzeitschriften zum „Rising Star“ der Verrechnungspreisberater gewählt.

Herr de Homont hält einen Master in Volkswirtschaftslehre (VWL) von der Universität Warwick und ein Diplom in Physik von der Technischen Universität München.   

Languages

English
German

Title Type Author
How to Share Manufacturing Network Losses in the Face of COVID-19 Published Article By Dr. Yves Hervé and Philip de Homont
NERA Contributes to Bloomberg Tax Spring/Summer 2020 Transfer Pricing Forum Philip de Homont
How to Justify Your Transfer Pricing License Agreements During COVID-19 Published Article Dr. Yves Herve and Philip de Homont
NERA Experts Share Transfer Pricing Trends in ITR Awards' Winner Podcast Book Dr. Yves Hervé and Philip de Homont
Adjusting Group Transfer Pricing in the COVID-19 Economic Crisis Published Article Dr. Yves Hervé and Philip de Homont
Germany: The Changing Model of Group Financing Centres Published Article Yves Hervé, Philip de Homont and Georg Dettmann
NERA Contributes to Bloomberg Tax Winter 2019 Transfer Pricing Forum Published Article Dr. Alexander Voegele and Philip de Homont
Sustaining Contract R&D Service Solutions in a Post-BEPS DEMPE Context Published Article Dr. Yves Hervé, Philip de Homont
How to Adapt to the DEMPE Concept When Using Third-Party Licensing Agreements for Tra... Published Article Dr. Yves Hervé, Philip de Homont
NERA Contributes to Bloomberg Tax Summer 2019 Transfer Pricing Forum Published Article Dr. Alexander Voegele and Philip de Homont