Javier Gonzalez Carcedo joined PwC at the beginning of 2006 as the national leader of PwC Spain’s Transfer Pricing Group.
Javier is qualified in Economic Sciences, Business Studies and Law and integrates the body of National Finance Inspectors in Spain. Between 2000 and 2003, he was Coordinator of International Taxation within the General Directorate for Taxation at the Ministry of Finance, which is competent authority for international tax matters in Spain. In 2003, he joined the cabinet of the Secretary of State for Finance.
In May 2004, he joined the OECD in Paris as Advisor for the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, with competences in tax treaties, transfer pricing and relations with non-member countries of the OECD. During his time with the OECD, he worked extensively in coordination of the proceedings with the different Latin American Tax Administrations and the Inter-American Tax Administration Centre.
In his experience with PwC, he has focused on TP planning and documentation services as well as all kind of dispute resolution procedures involving the Spanish Tax administration, including audits, advance price agreements and mutual agreement procedures.