Successfully resolving an audit requires that we meet the long-term business priorities of EY clients.

Bryon Christensen

EY US Tax Controversy Leader

Brings a depth of experience to any controversy. Focuses on your long-term priorities.

Bryon is a Principal in the Tax Policy and Controversy practice of EY. He focuses on helping clients resolve complex tax issues in audits, appeals and other administrative proceedings, with an emphasis on transfer pricing and other global tax issues.

Prior to joining EY, Bryon was tax counsel for two multi-national technology companies, where he managed global tax controversies and transfer pricing matters. Bryon had lead responsibility for the trial team that won a groundbreaking transfer pricing decision in v. Commissioner, 148 T.C. 8 (2017).

After earning his law degree, Bryon worked in the tax department of a large international law firm, where he focused on tax controversies and litigation.

How Bryon is building a better working world

“I creatively resolved a difficult tax audit considering the diverse and long-term priorities of EY’s client. I worked effectively with the IRS to promote the interest of the client and find the right procedure for getting the issue in front of the best IRS decision maker. I have provided detailed advice throughout the audit process, including evaluating the tax risks not just in the in audits, but also in the context of planning, provision and compliance.”

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