Professionals
Jared Walls

Jared Walls

Phone: +1 (530) 301 1818
Email: jared.walls@petersadvisors.com

 

 

Jared has practiced transfer pricing in the United States and Europe since 2003. During that time he has worked as an advisor within the Big 4 and as a founding member of the transfer pricing practices of two specialty consulting firms.  Prior to joining Peters Advisors, Jared spent two and a half years at KPMG in Madrid, where he led the knowledge management, economic analysis and technical research and development divisions of the firm’s Spanish transfer pricing practice.

Jared has advised multinational enterprises on a wide range of transfer pricing and valuation issues, including the following:

  • U.S., OECD and local transfer pricing documentation in more than 40 countries;
  • Global transfer pricing planning;
  • Tax efficient supply chain management;
  • Operational transfer pricing, including systems development using Hyperion Financial Management and Visual Basic for Applications;
  • Qualified cost-sharing arrangements;
  • Intangible property valuations within the context of Internal Revenue Code Sections 482 and 367(d);
  • Advance pricing agreements (APAs);
  • Audit defense;
  • Litigation support;
  • FIN 48 compliance; and
  • Business valuations for purposes of establishing Employee Stock Ownership (ESOP) plans.

Jared has led client engagements in a broad range of industries, with a specific emphasis and specialization in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, consumer products, industrial products, telecommunications and financial services.
He has also authored articles on various transfer pricing topics and has presented at a number of tax and transfer pricing conferences.

In addition, Jared brings a wealth of international expertise to Peters Advisors, as he speaks Spanish proficiently and has extensive experience servicing the Spanish, pan-European and Latin American markets.

Jared holds a BS in Business Administration (Finance) from the University of the Pacific, where he was selected as the Eberhardt School of Business’s James S. Kemper Scholar.