Analyst for IP Valuation, Transfer Pricing & Tax Team
We are currently looking for a newly graduated economist who has a keen interest in working within the fields of IP Valuation, Transfer Pricing & Tax. You will be based in either Stockholm or Copenhagen. The start date is flexible.
WHO ARE WE?
Copenhagen Economics is one of the leading economics firms in Europe. Founded in 2000, we currently employ more than 90 staff operating from our offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, and Brussels. The Global Competition Review (GCR) lists Copenhagen Economics among the Top-20 economic consultancies in the world, an honour we have held since 2006.
We are renowned for providing our international clients with impactful advice. In our IP Valuation, Transfer Pricing & Tax team this includes applying state-of-the-art economic models for valuations of intellectual property, intangible assets, services, and functions, such as the determination of license fees for intangibles and services, analyses of portfolio valuations for settlements, design and documentation of transfer pricing systems, post-merger integration, business restructurings, and the transfer of functions.
WHAT DO WE OFFER?
Working at Copenhagen Economics means collaborating with the best and brightest economists in Europe. We offer you the opportunity to further develop your economic toolbox and apply it to real world problems through exposure to Transfer Pricing and Valuation cases throughout the world. You will travel from time to time to meet with clients around the globe (when conditions once again allow).
YOUR EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES
You are intellectually curious, driven, and a humble team player. You enjoy working with people and data. We also expect you to have:
- A Master’s degree or higher in Economics or Finance
- An interest in Transfer Pricing and Valuation issues
- Fluency in English and Spanish, both verbally and in writing
Preferably, you also have:
- Up to three years of working experience in transfer pricing and/or corporate finance
- Strong knowledge of business administration and / or international tax
- Study- and/or working experience outside the Nordics
- Additional language capabilities such as German, Swedish, or Danish
As part of our team, you will work with critical client assignments where you will be encouraged to contribute to increased customer satisfaction. Therefore, it is important that you also like a delivery-oriented environment where you have the ability to adopt an analytical and strategic approach.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send your application, including CV, cover letter, academic transcripts, and other relevant material no later than 21 May 2021. We respond to all applicants and successful candidates will be called for interviews on an ongoing basis.
For further information you are welcome to contact Partner Hendrik Fügemann. We look forward to reading your application!