Moore promotes Anthony Hayley to APAC head of transfer pricing

31 October 2021 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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Moore has promoted Brisbane-based Anthony Hayley to partner and regional leader of its Transfer Pricing division. 

Anthony Hayley has been with Moore – a global accounting, audit and advisory firm with over 30,000 people – since 2018, when he joined from BDO. An expert in transfer pricing, Hayley has contributed to the growth of Moore’s practice in Australia, bringing in and working the new clients and supporting the development of innovative offerings.

Hayley has more than 20 years of experience in transfer pricing, gained at several leading consultancies both in Australia (Moore, BDO, RSM and EY) and in the United Kingdom (KPMG). He works with businesses of all sizes, from some of the world’s largest companies to small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups.

Anthony Hayley, APAC Head of Transfer Pricing, Moore

Commenting on his admission into Moore’s partnership, Greg Mallam (a board member of Moore Australia) said: “Anthony is a valuable asset to our group, with his expertise in the transfer pricing space, he has been instrumental in the development of the Transfer Pricing service line for Moore Australia.”

“His acceptance as a partner is a reflection of his persistent effort to help make our clients and colleagues thrive in a changing world. On behalf of the shareholders, I would like to congratulate him on this success and am pleased to have him join us as a senior leader at the firm.”

Across Australia, Moore has over 450 people working from 14 offices. The network generates to the tune of $80 million in fee income.

Speaking on his elevation to APAC head, Mallam added: “Anthony has demonstrated his ability to connect and liaise with contacts anywhere in the world and facilitate projects across multiple regions.” In the role, he leads Moore’s transfer pricing services across more than 25 countries, including the major economies of China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan.