He has over 12 years of experience in tax consultancy, advising and working with multinational companies on various international tax and transfer pricing assignments.
Adrian is one of Romania’s leading transfer pricing specialists and has consulted on complex transfer pricing cases, including drafting and reviewing transfer pricing procedures for companies and transfer pricing controversy management.
“As transfer pricing becomes a top tax priority for the Romanian authorities, it is important to build, manage, document, review and defend the most appropriate transfer pricing policies and processes for companies, and aligning these with their business strategies, " Adrian said.
“Adrian will contribute to expanding our local practice services by building proactive, pragmatic and integrated strategies that address various matters in transfer pricing, which represents one of the key risks of today's businesses,” said Venkatesh Srinivasan, Partner and Head of EY Romania's Tax Advisory and Legal Services.
Commenting on Adrian’s future role, Bogdan Ion, Country Managing Partner, EY Romania said: “Adrian will lead the local team in helping our clients to find the right answers across industries, products and borders.
Our local team is integrated to one of the world’s most globally coordinated tax practices, with a network of 28,000 professionals in more than 120 countries dedicated to setting the standard for exceptional client service.”
Globally, EY has announced at the beginning of July that 675 of its people will become partners across the member firms of its organization, an increase of 33% compared to 2013 and the highest promotions to partner ever at EY.