TaxOps welcomes Davinia Lyon as our newest partner in corporate tax. In this role, she will be driving TaxOps’ client experience in corporate and international tax and planning, including income tax provision (ASC 740), business strategy tax impact analysis, transfer pricing, foreign compliance and reporting, M&A transaction and entity restructuring. She’ll also counsel clients under audit and in their efforts to develop corporate tax departments and related support areas.
“As a respected leader in the tax community, Davinia brings to TaxOps a dynamic tax experience in public and private accounting,” Allen Gregory, lead federal tax partner at TaxOps, says.
“I’m honored to have joined such an innovative firm of knowledge experts in tax,” Davinia says. “I’m excited to be working closely with businesses and driving value to their organizations.”
Davinia comes to TaxOps from Jacobs Engineering, which merged with CH2M in December 2017, creating a $15 billion in revenue combined entity. As senior tax director of global tax accounting and transfer pricing during the transaction, Davinia led the integration of tax teams, ensuring process efficiency and employee retention, and the income tax provisions for ASC 740, layering in the effects of tax reform and purchase accounting. She also implemented a revised transfer pricing methodology maximizing tax benefits in compliance with global transfer pricing requirements.
Davinia holds a Master of Taxation from the University of Denver and an accounting and business administration degree from Dordt College. She ‘s a frequent speaker at conferences and events where she enjoys sharing her knowledge with business and tax communities.
Please join us in welcoming Davinia to the TaxOps team at email@example.com.
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