Victor MieselPrincipal, Chief Economist and Practice Leader, Transfer Pricing and Economics Group at MAZARS
Victor has more than 25 years of economic consulting experience with Big Four public accounting and management consulting firms. His areas of expertise include transfer pricing, value-chain analysis, valuations for tax purposes, and business economics covering a wide variety of industries, corporate structures and tax planning initiatives.
Victor has provided expert economic analysis for multilateral advance pricing agreements (APAs), cost sharing, tax planning exercises, domestic and international intangible property (IP) migrations, bankruptcy analysis, tax litigation and controversy support engagements. He also has extensive experience leading economic consulting and transfer pricing practices based both in the US and Europe.
Prior to joining Mazars, Victor was the Chief Economist and Global Transfer Pricing Practice Leader for a large regional accounting firm. He also served as the Global Managing Director of a large international firm's Transfer Pricing Center of Expertise, based in New York. At the same firm, Victor formed the first globally-managed tax practice. Victor previously led A.T. Kearney’s Northeast Region and the Boston economic consulting practice of a Big Four firm. He also led the Eastern U.S. Region (New York-based) and European (Belgium-based) transfer pricing practices for NERA Economic Consulting.
Victor received his bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from the University of Michigan, and master’s degrees in applied economics and public policy from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Victor has been named one of the leading transfer pricing advisers by Euromoney magazine and peer review since 2004, and he is included in “The Guide to the World’s Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers” published by the Legal Media Group, based in London. Victor continues to be widely published and quoted in tax journals and has several articles currently in process.