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Annabel Realf, Principal, PwC


Annabel is a Principal in PwC’s National Transfer Pricing practice and is currently based in the Boston office. Prior to moving to Boston, Annabel had spent 3 years in the Transfer Pricing practice in Chicago where she was on secondment from PwC’s UK transfer pricing team in Birmingham. Whilst in the UK Annabel had obtained over 4 years of UK and European transfer pricing experience.


Annabel's transfer pricing experience includes working on various US, Global and European transfer pricing projects, including helping companies structure their intercompany pricing policies, intangible property valuation studies, implementation and documentation of cost sharing arrangements, working on advance pricing agreement filings, audit defense and documentation studies for tangible goods, services and intangibles.  In addition Annabel has worked on both the transfer pricing and business change elements of Value Chain Transformation projects for companies in various sectors including the engineering, retail and consumer goods, medical devices and software industries.


Annabel has managed a number of global core documentation projects for large multinational companies in various industries, including medical devices, consumer goods, and industrial products.  Annabel is a core member of PwC’s Initiative for Globally Coordinated Transfer Pricing Documentation and speaks regularly on the topic at transfer pricing conferences. 


Annabel has a Masters Degree in Chemistry from the University of Nottingham and is a Chartered Accountant and an Enrolled Agent.


Vice President

T. Peter Pound, Partner Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP


Peter is a partner in Morgan Lewis’ securities enforcement and litigation practice area. Peter represents broker-dealers, financial services firms, and individuals in investigations and enforcement proceedings brought by the SEC, FINRA, and state regulators, and in arbitrations and civil litigations relating to securities issues. He also conducts internal investigations and counsels clients on a wide variety of enforcement, regulatory, and compliance issues, including registered mutual funds and their advisers and directors.


Peter has been named as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer in securities litigation (2017-2020), and was previously named a securities litigation Rising Star (2011-2015). In 2001-2002, he served as law clerk to the Hon. Charles D. Gonthier at the Supreme Court of Canada. Following that, he was a lecturer at McGill’s University's Faculty of Law.  Peter has a law degree from the University of Oxford (Wadham College,1999) and common law (LL.B) and civil law (B.C.L) degrees from McGill Law (2001).



Scott Fitzgerald, Partner, Fragomen, Del Rey Bernstein & Loewy LLP

Scott is the Managing Partner of the Boston, Massachusetts office of Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP, and a Managing Director of Fragomen Immigration Services India Pvt., Ltd. He has practiced exclusively in the field of corporate immigration and nationality law for over 25 years.


Scott is a Board Member of the American Immigration Council, the British American Business Council of New England, a founding member of the Council for Emerging National Security Affairs, and a founding member of the Massachusetts Business Immigration Coalition.  Scott is a graduate of the John Hopkins University and Fordham University School of Law.



Dr. Peter Hirst, M.B.E., Senior Associate Dean Office of Executive

Education MIT Sloan School of Management

Peter leads a team of professionals who partner with clients and faculty to design, develop, and deliver innovative and impactful executive education programs for individuals and companies. He has over twenty years of experience in international strategy, technology consulting, and organizational leadership and development.

His past roles have included: CEO of the commercialization, consulting, and executive education business of the London School of Economics; Senior Science and Technology Policy Officer and Westminster Fellow in the UK’s Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, where he advised MPs and Peers of all parties on policy issues in the physical sciences, defense, IT, and entrepreneurship. Peter has served as director and board adviser to businesses and non-profit organizations on three continents. He served as an elected board member (2014-2020) and chair (2018-2019) of Unicon, the international industry association for university-based executive education; is a board director and current co-chair of FRED Leadership, a collaboration between educators and business leaders to elevate the field of ethical leadership; is a founding director of the Internet of Things Talent Consortium; and is a director and former president of the British American Business Council of New England.

In his philanthropic endeavors, Peter is a member of the advisory board of Self Help Africa, an international charity that enables economic development in Africa by supporting robust farm-to-fork supply chains to create sustainable business ecosystems in place of unreliable subsistence farming; and serves as a trustee and president of the American Foundation of Scotland’s University of St. Andrews.

Peter earned a First Class Degree with Joint Honors in physics and electronics (1989) followed by a PhD in physics (1992) from the University of St. Andrews. In 2012, he was named a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) by the HRM Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of his service to British and American business and academia interests.

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