About this event
Robert M. Gordon of True Partners Consulting, with Peter Scholes from FTI Consulting’s European Tax Advisory team, will consider the current status of proposals for US tax reform, in light of the release of President Trump’s budget proposals for FY 2018 and the recent hearing of the US House Committee on Ways and Means which addressed destination-based taxation and border adjustments. Robert will consider the background to the current proposals, factors influencing tax reform and its timing and some of the potential consequences and opportunities arising for US and UK multinationals.
Date & Time
Tuesday 20th June
8.00am: Registration & Breakfast
8.45 – 10.00am: Presentation by Robert M. Gordon of True Partners Consulting LLP followed by Q&A led by Peter Scholes of FTI Consulting
FTI Consulting Offices
9th Floor, 200 Aldersgate
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Robert M. Gordon
Robert is a Managing Director at True Partners Consulting LLP and is based in Chicago. For more than 30 years, Robert has guided clients through the intricacies of US tax law, making complicated issues clear and comprehensible.
Robert specialises in complex domestic and international transactions, including M&A, joint ventures, tax controversies, legal entity rationalisation, transaction reviews, accounting methods, federal excise taxes and general federal tax planning. He also provides expert witness testimony in lawsuits that have tax implications.
True Partners Consulting is one of the founding members of the FTI Global Tax Network.
June 2, 2017
FTI Consulting is proud to be a founding member of the FTI Consulting Global Tax Network. The FTI Consulting Global Tax Network is a network of independent firms which provide high quality tax advisory and compliance services to large multinational clients across all industry sectors, advising on all areas of commercial taxation including worldwide tax structuring, transfer pricing, mergers & acquisitions and local compliance obligations. Learn more at FTI.tax. The views expressed herein are those of the author(s) only and not necessarily those of the FTI Consulting Global Tax Network or any of its other members or their respective employees or members of staff.