Join the Economics Partners Team
At most firms, transfer pricing jobs are an industry. In contrast, we view applied economics as a craft. Bringing to bear the wide ranging and deep body of economics and finance theory to the complex issues facing large corporate tax departments, tax lawyers, and IP lawyers, requires not only skill as an economist, but judgment.
Apprentice With Partners
Recruitment and development of a team that can think through various facets of an issue and judiciously apply analysis to a client’s problem requires a training approach that resembles apprenticeship rather than classroom training. While we emphasize white board based “training sessions,” these are subsidiary to learning with a Partner or Director.
Junior staff have an opportunity to see a broader range of issues, and learn a broader array of techniques, than would be possible at competing firms. This is particularly in comparison to the large accounting firms, which instinctively apply a “leverage model” that lends itself to application of easily leveraged, one size fits all, methodologies.
Direct Client Contact
Our apprenticeship culture involves encouragement of direct client contact, which is important for both our staff and clients. For the staff, client contact allows for rapid development of the skills needed to meet a client’s needs. For the client, contact with our entire team allows the client to know exactly who they’ve hired, and how they are performing.
We are committed to providing our personnel with a salary compensation structure that is significantly more attractive than comparable firms. The EP salary and compensation model is designed to reward (1) direct client service as evidenced by an individual’s ability to attract and retain client relationships and (2) technical ability and thought leadership.