Clark Chandler Ph. D.

Clark J. Chandler, Ph.D., Principal, Economic & Valuation Services, at KPMG LLP focuses primarily on the areas of transfer pricing and the valuation of intangibles for large firms. In his more than 25 years of transfer pricing controversy work, Chandler has extensive experience with international transfer pricing issues involving tangible and intangible property, as well as services and cost sharing arrangements.

Clark provides national support to KPMG’s Economic & Valuation Services (EVS) practice in the area of transfer pricing and the valuation of intellectual property, and is the lead technical advisor with respect to transfer pricing issues for Global Transfer Pricing Services (GTPS). In this role, he is responsible for preparing GTPS’s regular technical memoranda and advanced transfer pricing training, and plays a key role in the review and development of technical content for GTPS's major international conferences.

Clark has substantial experience assisting taxpayers at all levels of transfer pricing controversy, planning and compliance. He has also prepared numerous studies that have been used in Advance Pricing Agreements and in Competent Authority negotiations. In addition, Clark has worked on a number of projects dealing with U.S. anti-dumping, countervailing duty and Section 201 studies, and has led a number of studies conducted for the U.S. Government on international trade in services, the export problems of high technology industries, and the potential role of export trading companies and small business export associations in promoting U.S. exports.

Ph.D., Economics, University of Michigan (1978)
BA, Russian Area Studies, Dickinson College (1974)

Clark J. Chandler is a member of the Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Transfer Pricing Advisory Board.