Alvarez & Marsal Taxand adds Lewis Greenwald as managing director

06 April 2020 Consulting.us

Alvarez & Marsal Taxand – the tax advisory affiliate of consulting firm Alvarez & Marsal – has welcomed international tax expert Lewis Greenwald as a managing director.

Greenwald joins the firm’s international tax practice, and will be based in Miami and New York. He brings more than 30 years of international tax experience to A&M Taxand, where he will help clients with US international tax planning, tax compliance and controversy, and transfer pricing.

Greenwald’s appointment will help A&M Taxand meet growing demand for cross-border tax compliance – driven by increasingly complex and shifting regulations.

“The deep technical expertise and decades of experience that Lew brings to our firm are critically important to our clients,” said Ernesto Perez, global practice leader of Alvarez & Marsal Taxand. “He is essential to strengthening our growing International Tax group. His appointment reflects our continued commitment to helping clients navigate the increasingly complex global tax regulatory landscape and volatile environment.”

Alvarez & Marsal Taxand adds Lewis Greenwald as managing director

Greenwald previously spent more than two years at law firm DLA Piper, where he was a partner in the international tax counsel group. His work in the practice involved tax efficient acquisitions, intellectual property migrations, transfer price planning and compliance, and cross-border currency transactions, among other areas.

Before that, he was a partner at law firms Mayer Brown and Sullivan & Worcester. Greenwald also spend time as a partner at PwC.

He holds a BA from New York University, an MBA from Rutgers University, and a JD from Fordham University School of Law. Greenwald has a license to practice law in New York and Massachusetts, and is a certified public accountant in New York.

Greenwald is a frequent writer and speaker on international tax matters, and currently serves as a member of the National Foreign Trade Council.


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