YOUR TRANSFER PRICING EXPERTS IN EAST AFRICA
TP2 is an independent firm that advises clients and supports accounting firms and law firms with regard to matters transfer pricing and the valuation of intellectual property (intangibles).
TRANSFER PRICING PARTNERS (TP2) FOUNDER ISAAC M. IRERI
Isaac is the Founder of Transfer Pricing Partners Limited (tp2), a pioneering and independent transfer pricing and tax valuation firm based in Nairobi Kenya.
Isaac continues to serve the East African market from his own firm, Transfer Pricing Partners, where he assists clients with documentation, restructuring, defending their policies and the valuation of intellectual property.
Isaac has thirteen years of experience (with 7 of those years in Kenya) advising multinationals on various transfer pricing matters
THE ALTUS ALLIANCE
tp2 is currently the only African member of the Altus Alliance: a global network of independent advisors in transfer pricing, valuation, business restructuring, and dispute resolution.
Transfer pricing documentation
tp2 routinely helps its clients develop transfer pricing policies to meet statutory requirements in line with the rules and regulations in different jurisdictions. In a recent case, we helped a floricultural concern by creating transfer pricing policies for both the Kenya and UK entities. Each of these policies was prepared from a unique country perspective.
Interestingly, an Altus Alliance member firm in South America was able to provide us with data on comparable cut flower growers in South America, including significant Balance Sheet data that allowed us to incorporate working capital adjustments to improve the comparability of comparables acquired.
In addition, we are well paced to make country risk adjustments (say, wage/labour rate adjustments) to improve the comparability of data used.
HELPING YOU TO SOLVE PROBLEMS
tp2 routinely applies transfer pricing techniques to solve business problems.
In one case, tp2 was able to develop a pricing mechanism that achieved a dual purpose: comply with the transfer pricing rules as well as reduce the group’s exposure to withholding tax.