The Track III session at Doing Business Globally is designed for corporate financial and tax executives, with a focus on how multinational companies can better manage their global tax burdens.
“The Doing Business Globally seminar series is not just for lawyers, and this session is a great example. We’ve designed Track III with corporate financial and tax executives in mind,” says Baker & McKenzie Partner Robert Albaral, a member of the Firm’s Tax Practice Group, based in Dallas. “The session will dive deep into issues of compensation, coordination, legal entity rationalizations and inversions and IP migrations.”
The session will feature Baker & McKenzie practitioners from North America and around the world, as well as senior executives from major multinational companies. It will include interactive presentations, panel discussions and questions from the audience. In Dallas, the panelists include:
• Jeremy Cox, Senior Vice President, Tax, Hewlett-Packard Company
• Philip Kotev, Executive Director; Head of International Coverage for Middle Market South Segment, Commercial Banking, JP Morgan
• James Lucas, Senior Vice President, Tax, Treasury, and Treasurer, Fluor Corp.
“I’m really excited about the speakers we will have at this session,” Mr. Albaral says. “They can help attendees develop best practices to manage their global tax burden.”
Financial Executives International, a global association of more than 15,000 senior-level executives, is sponsoring Track III in Dallas, Chicago and New York.
“We’re thrilled to be part of this event,” says Mahesh Shetty, President of FEI-Dallas and COO and CFO of Encore Enterprises Inc. “It addresses issues of chief concern to many of our members. The topics covered at this track session will resonate with many of our members, who face these issues every day.”
To learn more about Track III in our other cities, as well as our other afternoon track sessions, visit our website.