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IRS Appoints New Director Of International Tax Matters

by Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com, Washington

15 December 2003


The Internal Revenue Service last Thursday announced the appointment of former Proctor and Gamble international tax director Robert H. Green to head up the agency’s office for international tax issues.

In his new role, Green will serve as director for international tax matters, and as the US Competent Authority. He will be responsible for overseeing a wide variety of issues relating to international tax matters and global trading, ensuring consistent treatment of US taxpayers and effective implementation of international tax treaties.

Commenting on the appointment, Large and Mid-Sized Business Division Commissioner Deborah M. Nolan said: “Bob brings a broad range of experience and expertise to this position and we are very pleased to have him as a member of our leadership team.”

She continued: “Bob has a particular expertise in international tax issues relating to the tax treatment of foreign income. He has been a recognized leader in discussions between the US and our major treaty partners. Working closely with Chief Counsel and Treasury, Bob and Deputy Director International Elvin Hedgpeth will lead our efforts to deal with the expanding global economy.”


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