Monday, November 05, 2012

The International Tax Review picks me as one of the "Global Tax 50"

The International Tax Review has picked me as one of the "Global Tax 50, the individuals and organizations we believe have made a substantial impact on tax practice and administration in the last twelve months."

The link is here.  Scroll down a bit and you will see my entry, four below Paul Ryan and two below Nicolas Sarkozy, as well as one above Lee Sheppard.

UPDATE: This is of course alphabetical, not a ranking.  It's possible that by Wednesday my tax policy influence will clearly exceed Paul Ryan's (then again, the opposite is very possible as well).  But I would never presume to think that my influence rivals Lee's.

2 comments:

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