Monique van Herksen Esq.

Global Head of Transfer Pricing Controversy and EMEIA Head of Tax Controversy
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Monique van Herksen Global Head of Transfer Pricing Controversy and EMEIA Head of Tax Controversy at Ernst & Young.
She regularly teaches to government officials including through the Fiscalis Programme that serves to provide internal training to the tax authorities of EU member countries. She has also taught transfer pricing at the Leiden University International Tax LLM programme, the Postgraduate International Tax Law Programme of the Vienna University and the European Tax College LLM programme in Louvain, Belgium, plus at the University of Maastricht and the Universities of Rotterdam and Groningen. She presents papers and issues in her field of expertise to governmental organisations such as the OECD, UN and EU regularly and to private interest groups such as the TEI, ATI, IFA, the IBFD, the Dutch Association of Tax Lawyers and the Dutch Organisation of Tax Advisers (NOB). She was a reporter for The Netherlands for the International Fiscal Association 2007 Conference on transfer pricing and intangibles.
Ms. van Herksen has worked for Arthur Andersen and the Centre on Transnational Corporations of the United Nations prior to joining the United States Internal Revenue Service's Office of Associate Chief Counsel (International). After that she worked with the Netherlands-based law firm of Stibbe and with Baker & McKenzie where she created and headed the firm's European transfer pricing team. She has worked for more than 20 years as a lawyer specialized in tax.
 
Education:
LL.M., Taxation, Georgetown University (1994)
LL.M., International Trade and Banking, American University (1989)
J.D., University of Amsterdam Law School (1988)
 
Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
890 T.M., Transfer Pricing: Alternative Practical Strategies (co-author)