Eric Torrey has been a transfer pricing practitioner for over 15 years, with significant involvement in transfer pricing consulting/restructuring, economic analysis and valuation, controversy support (audit and litigation defense), transfer pricing documentation, and negotiations with various tax authorities, principally in the context of Advance Price Agreements (APAs). Mr. Torrey joined the Mexico City office of Baker McKenzie in 2000 as part of the original team that built the Latin America transfer pricing practice. After four years with the Mexico City office working with clients throughout Latin America, the US and Canada, Mr. Torrey transferred to the Washington, DC office in 2005. Mr. Torrey is a regular speaker at transfer pricing seminars.
Mr. Torrey has worked with clients in a broad range of industries, with substantial experience in the pharmaceutical, entertainment, medical device, luxury products, automotive, agricultural and agrochemical, electronics, retail, petrochemical, aerospace, business services and all manner of manufacturing and supply chain operations, among others. Aside from transfer pricing issues, Mr. Torrey has participated in labor disputes in Latin America, giving expert testimony to aid in the successful resolution of union controversies; in intellectual property matters advising on brand valuations; and in antitrust issues providing economic support in defense of contested business practices.
- Georgetown University (M.B.A.) (2009)
- Vanderbilt University (B.S. Economics and Political Science) (1999)
- Mexico City