Thomas E. Meyer



Washington, DC
Tel: +1 202 466 9416

Email: thomas.meyer@nera.com
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MBA, University of Michigan Graduate school of Business
BA in economics and mathematics, University of Vermont


Thomas Meyer is a Director in the Transfer Pricing practice. Drawing on over 25 years of transfer pricing experience, Mr. Meyer provides expert analysis to multinational companies, law firms, and government agencies of a wide spectrum of transfer pricing issues involving tax planning, penalty documentation, cost-sharing arrangements, and advance pricing arrangements. Current projects include preparing expert reports and analyses for clients in anticipation of tax litigation, modeling cross-border transactions in the entertainment industry, and documenting the intercompany payments for marketing and IT services.

Mr. Meyer provides economic and financial analysis of complex transfer pricing issues including valuing the license of intangible property, intercompany services, and business enterprises. His work involves financial statement analysis, designing financial models, and presenting and documenting results in transfer pricing reports. Mr. Meyer has experience presenting to Appeals and he has testified before the US Tax Court and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. His work spans many industries, including semiconductors, software, energy, and pharmaceuticals.

Prior to joining NERA, Mr. Meyer was a Managing Director at Horst Frisch. He was also a Legislative Correspondent for a United States Senator where he worked on tax, business, and agricultural issues. Mr. Meyer holds a M.B.A. from the University of Michigan Graduate School of Business and a B.A. in economics and mathematics from the University of Vermont. He also holds a Chartered Financial Analyst certification. His previous experience and educational training help him evaluate and solve many of the transfer pricing issues facing today’s multinational companies.  

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Horst Frisch Economists Join NERA’s Transfer Pricing Practice 13 September 2022 Press Release