Head – Transfer Pricing and Economic Analysis
Spanish and English.
Matías F. Lozano has more than ten years of experience in the area of economic analysis for transfer pricing, including both advisory services and the performance as economic witness expert in major transfer pricing controversies handled by our firm for industrial manufacturing companies, commodity exporters and MNEs distribution companies, among others. He is also specialized in corporate finance and customs valuation. Since 2009 he is the head of our transfer pricing economic analysis team.
Previously he was senior transfer pricing analyst at Goldemberg Eguía y Asociados (2004-2009); and he also performed and an economist at the transfer pricing department of KPMG (2001-2004).
He is assistant professor of Macroeconomy I at the Universidad Católica de La Plata since 2002. He has been lecturer on transfer pricing in Argentina and abroad, and he is author of several publication in his area of expertise.
Admitted to the economists bar in the City of Buenos Aires.
Capabilities (list of relevant transactions, upon request)
Transfer pricing advisory and economic witness expert.
CBC, Master file and local report.
Coporate finance. Valuation
Financial services pricing.
Books, articles and specialized contributions
- Contributor to the Bloomberg Transfer Pricing Forum, Financial Transactions Special Edition, Volume 9, Issue 1, March 2028. Co-authored.
- Guide To International Transfer Pricing, Woulters Kluwer Law & Business, co-author of chapter 3, Argentine Transfer Pricing Country Report. Co-authored.
- “Revenue Service to Clarify Transfer Pricing Issues”, published on 12.6.10 Tax Analyst´s Worldwide Tax Daily and at Tax Notes International. Co-authored.
- “Transfer Pricing Analysis for Developing Countries: Reviewing Market Data”, published on 9.21.09 Tax Analyst´s Worldwide Tax Daily and at Tax Notes International. Co-authored.
- Universidad Católica Argentina. Graduate degree in Corporate Finance (2005)
- Universidad Católica de La Plata. Degree in Economics (2001)