Matthew Vold is a Director at Epsilon Economics with over thirteen years of experience providing clients with economic consulting services. Matthew specializes in transfer pricing and valuation, and provides planning, documentation, and defense services to clients across a wide range of industries, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, aerospace & defense, automotive, chemicals, energy, employment services, food & beverages, consumer goods, healthcare, semiconductors, and textiles.
His experience includes preparing multinational and state tax documentation for the intercompany pricing of tangible products, intangible property, and services, assisting clients with intangible property and legal entity valuation to support transfer pricing and tax structuring scenarios, and providing dispute resolution services to attorneys and their clients in various matters involving economic analyses. More specifically, his dispute resolution expertise includes matters related to transfer pricing, accounting malpractice, antitrust, bankruptcy, breach of contract, patent, trademark, and trade dress infringement, trade secret misappropriation, and section 337 intellectual property matters before the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Before joining Epsilon Economics, Matthew was a Director in the Transfer Pricing practice at Duff & Phelps. Matthew earned a Bachelor of Science in Business, Finance, and International Studies from Indiana University.