David Hogan

David Hogan

Address Details

181 Bay St., Suite 3320 Bay Wellington Tower, M5J 2T3 Toronto Canada Canada
Telephone: +1 416 785 1150 Fax: +1 416 488 3765 E-mail: david.hogan@corptax.org

Personal Resume

David specializes in cross-border tax planning. He began his career as an economist at the Canadian central bank before entering public accounting as a tax consultant. David led Fujifilm Canada’s value improvement process with responsibilities for tax, finance and accounting before returning to public accounting as the Chief Economist – Transfer Pricing at a Big-4 accounting firm in Canada.

David joined Richter in 2013 as Partner, Tax and Chief Economist and was appointed to Richter’s Board of Directors in January 2015. David is a frequent speaker on matters of cross-border taxation from a Canadian perspective, and served on Canada Revenue Agency’s Large Business Advisory Committee.

Current Position and Responsibilities
With a wealth of experience and specialized knowledge in his repertoire, David helps clients enhance shareholder value through an integrated approach to tax, finance, and operations. David’s focus is to create tax efficient operations based on practical industry experience and strong economic fundaments.

 Transfer Pricing, Colloque sur la fiscalité des grandes entreprises, Canadian Tax Foundation (CTF), October 23, 2014.
 Deciphering the Taxation of Crypto-currencies, Bitcoin Expo, April 2014. 
 The CFO’s Perspective: Moving Transfer Pricing Beyond Compliance to Enhance Operating Profits, I. E. Canada, 2010
 The Real Profits of Transfer Pricing, Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters,
 Industry Challenges in Transfer Pricing, Toronto, InfoNex, 2008
 Annual Transfer Pricing Update, InfoNex, Toronto, 2007
 Cross-Border Tax & Transfer Pricing Update, Toronto, ieCanada, 2006
 Corporate Transfer Pricing conference August 7-9, 2006, Chicago, Finance IQ, 2006
 Valuation and Tax Practice Course, Federated Press, 2006

Publications and Media
 “Should Your Small Business Accept Bitcoin?,” Toronto Star, April 2014
 “Thinking of expanding outside Canada? Four common tax myths you should understand,” Financial Post, March 2014
 “For this economist, volatility is a friend,”  The Globe & Mail, March 2013
 “Reasonable Efforts Being Redefined, Transfer Pricing Update,” Nexus Canada, October 2010
 “Beyond The Taxes: Potash Corp - Value In The Pricing Strategy,” Transfer Pricing Update, Nexus Canada, October 2010
 “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Experiences of Three Taxpayers,” Transfer Pricing Update, Nexus Canada, November 2010
 “Prudence - The Canada Revenue Agency Way,” Transfer Pricing Update, Nexus Canada, December 2010

Additional Information
David is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars, including forums sponsored by the Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters, Infonex, Federated Press and others.


More information about Canada

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