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Malcolm Joy Chartered Accountant, Chartered Tax Advisor

Tax Partner

+44 7818 012270
London, UK
Services
Base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), Business Tax, International Business Services, International Tax, Tax,

Experience

Malcolm Joy is a tax partner with deep expertise in transfer pricing and international tax. As the leader of Frazier & Deeter’s UK tax practice, Malcolm works with the firm’s corporate clients across all industries.

Malcolm’s clients range from fast growing entrepreneurial business to major multinationals. His skills are especially helpful to companies doing business in the U.K. as well as the U.S. or other cross-border scenarios.

His knowledge of transfer pricing enables him to lead transfer pricing projects including transfer pricing policy design, benchmarking, documentation, dispute resolution and value chain analyses.

Malcolm led the team which was awarded the International Accounting Bulletin’s first ever International Tax Adviser of the Year award and he serves as a technical expert and frequent speaker regarding international tax matters at industry events.

His deep technical expertise has made Malcolm a resource for leading news media such as BBC news and Bloomberg regarding tax matters. He has provided insights regarding BEPS, among other topics.

Malcolm joined Frazier & Deeter in 2019 after serving in a variety of leadership roles in the tax practice of BDO. In addition to leading the tax teams in Bristol and Reading Malcolm was the leader of BDO’s transfer pricing practice and their life sciences sector in the U.K.

He began his career with EY, where Malcolm served as a tax director.

Professional and Civic Organizations

Chartered Tax Adviser – Chartered Institute of Taxation
Chartered Accountant – Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Business with French
University of Hull
Kingston upon Hull, U.K.

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