Creel García-Cuéllar hire confirms transfer pricing trend

Mexico’s Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enriquez SC has become the third major Latin American firm to compete with big accounting firms in less than a month, adding specialist transfer-pricing know-how as part of a growing trend largely caused by the OECD’s BEPS initiative.

Creel García-Cuéllar hire confirms transfer pricing trend

Creel García-Cuéllar announced the hire of Laura Frias as counsel last Thursday. Frias joins the firm from General Electric’s Mexico City arm, where she led the US power company’s transfer-pricing division. Frias is an accountant, not a lawyer. Before working at GE, she served as tax planning manager at Mexican multimedia company Grupo Televisa.

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