In his keynote at the 16th annual NYU/KPMG Lecture on Current Issues in Taxation, Robert B. Stack, deputy assistant secretary for international tax affairs in the US Treasury Department’s Office of Tax Policy, urged practitioners to take a more active role in international tax policy: “I do not think the United States tax and business communities are sufficiently engaged in the global agenda-setting in tax, and I don’t think it’s enough anymore to simply look at the US Congress or even the US Treasury as the font of all international tax that affects your lives and your practices.”

Watch the full video of the lecture (40 min):

Posted September 2, 2016