Host: Pierre-Henri Revault, principal, Deloitte Tax LLP
Presenters: Dan Markiewicz, Scott Stewart, and Bob Stack
With the 2017 international tax reform still in the rearview mirror, new and significant changes to the US international tax system are in the works, which may fundamentally affect how foreign-based multinationals choose to invest and operate in the United States. We’ll discuss:
- Current inbound-focused proposals and how companies might start preparing for potential change
- Guidance on latest US inbound tax reform changes so participants can begin to consider potential impacts on business
- What steps companies may want to consider now so that participants are prepared to formulate an action plan
Meet the speakers
Pierre-Henri is the Deloitte Tax & Legal Global Industry leader for Life Sciences and Healthcare (LSHC) and the leader of the Deloitte US Tax Inbound practice. He also leads the Deloitte Global Tax Services group. As a Global Lead Tax Partner, he coordinates and supervises the relationships and the tax services rendered globally to some strategic Deloitte clients. With more than 25 years of experience, Pierre-Henri has worked with Global multinationals on various tax consulting and compliance projects, including complex reorganizations and strategic M&A deals. He has published several articles on international tax matters in many magazines and business newspapers.
Bob advises the US companies on a full range of international tax issues and collaborates with Deloitte’s global member firms on international tax developments and initiatives, including those from the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD). Bob joined Deloitte Tax from the US Department of the Treasury (Treasury), where he was the deputy assistant secretary for international tax affairs in the Office of Tax Policy. While there, he worked directly with the assistant secretary of tax policy and the international tax counsel in developing and implementing all aspects of US international tax policy, including treaties, regulations, and legislative proposals. He also was the official representative of the Obama administration for international tax policy and represented the US government at the OECD where he was involved in all aspects of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting initiative. Prior to joining Treasury, Bob had more than 25 years of experience in international tax matters, representing both corporations and individuals. Bob is a member of the executive committee of the US Branch of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and a frequent speaker at IFA events worldwide. He a member of the advisory committee for the Annual Institute on Current Issues in International Tax at The George Washington University School of Law. He is a frequent speaker at events sponsored by such organizations as the Tax Executives Institute, the International Bar Association, American Bar Association Tax Section, and Irish Tax Institute. He presented the Twenty-Second Tillinghast Lecture on International Taxation at the New York University School of Law. Bob earned his Bachelor of Arts in English education from State University of New York at Albany and his Master of Arts in French language and literature from New York University. He went on to obtain his Master of Science in foreign service from Georgetown University and a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was editor-in-chief of the Georgetown Law Journal. After graduating, he clerked for Judge Thomas A. Flannery of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and Justice Potter Stewart (Ret.) of the United States Supreme Court.