Yukiko Komori is a member of the Firm’s Tax & Transfer Pricing group in Tokyo. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie in 2008, she worked for Arthur Andersen’s Tokyo office, as well as Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu as manager of their transfer pricing group. She has been part of research projects for various organizations, including the National Tax Agency and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Ms. Komori has been working on transfer pricing issues for various companies, including those with relatively new business models in the financial business and IT sectors.
Ms. Komori is experienced in transfer pricing and international tax matters. She advises clients on a broad range of transfer pricing issues, and is particularly experienced with respect to advance pricing agreements. Ms. Komori also works as part of the team providing economic analysis and valuation for an array of transfer pricing and international tax matters.
- Keio University (Bachelor's Degree Sociology) (1991)
“Financial Transactions, ” Transfer Pricing Forum, BNA International, October 2010
“Developments in Japan,” “Transfer pricing disputes in Japan,” BNA International, Transfer Pricing International Journal, March 2010
“Asian update: Japan,” BNA International, Tax Planning International Transfer Pricing, May 2009
2008 Guide to Practical International Tax Planning, Chuokeizai-sha, Tokyo
Co-author, Q&A: Legal, Accounting and Taxation of group companies, Shinnippon-Hoki Publishing Co Ltd, 2007 update