Washington (Dec. 19, 2003) — The Internal Revenue Service has tapped Procter & Gamble veteran Robert H. Green to spearhead the agency’s efforts on international tax issues.

Green will serve as international director and as the U.S. competent authority. In his new post, he will oversee issues pertaining to international tax matters and global trading, such as ensuring consistent tax treatment of U.S. taxpayers on international issues, and timely, effective implementation of tax treaty and tax information exchange.
He will report to Deborah M. Nolan, commissioner of the IRS’s Large and Mid-size Business Division.

Green joins the IRS from Procter & Gamble Co., where he directed the company’s taxes and corporate planning office in Germany. He previously served as director of international taxes for Procter & Gamble in the U.S.

— WebCPA staff

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