Washington (July 29, 2003) -- The Internal Revenue Service named Mark E. Matthews as deputy commissioner for services and enforcement.

In his new role, Matthews will direct the agency’s efforts against abusive tax shelters as well as foreign and domestic tax evasion and other tax-related scams. Matthews, who succeeds Bob Wenzel, will supervise the agency’s four business units along with the Criminal Investigation division and the Office of Professional Responsibility.

Matthews most recently served as managing director and global co-head of anti-money laundering efforts at Deutsche Bank in New York.

-- WebCPA staff

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