Our professionals possess deep knowledge and specialized expertise in international tax structuring, compliance and transfer pricing. This core team stays abreast of the most current developments regarding base erosion profit shifting (BEPS) and is supported by our international tax team across the globe.
Lisa Pinchin recently worked at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris as an advisor on the BEPS Project. She returned to RSM as an international tax senior manager and leads the BEPS initiative for the U.S. firm. Lisa has more than ten years of experience providing international tax consulting services to large and middle-market multinational companies operating in diverse industries. She focuses on cross-border structuring, principal company planning, treaties, mergers, acquisitions, tax compliance and tax-efficient repatriation. Previously, Lisa was an international tax director at a Big 4 accounting firm.
Dan Berman joined RSM in 2012 from the Boston University School of Law, where he was Director of the Graduate Tax Program and Professor of the Practice of Tax Law. He previously practiced international tax law for 25 years in Washington, D.C. both in major law firms and with the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation as Legislation Counsel and the U.S. Treasury Department as Deputy International Tax Counsel. His experience includes tax planning and counseling involving international aspects of U.S. income tax law applicable to cross-border transactions, investment and structures, inbound and outbound, involving all areas of the globe for companies, individuals, non-profits and governments; managing foreign law issues and foreign counsel; tax controversies and litigation; development and interpretation of lax legislation; interpretation and development of tax treaties.
In addition to many published articles, Dan is the senior author of Making Tax Law (Carolina Academic Press, 2014), which opens the legislative "sausage factory" to reveal how U.S. tax law comes into being.
Ramon Camacho is an international tax principal in RSM’s Washington National Tax office. He advises clients on a host of international tax and capital markets issues, including tax planning and compliance, due diligence and documentation initiatives, restructurings, and tax controversy (including tax shelters). Prior to joining RSM in 2012, Ramon spent almost 20 years serving clients from the national offices of large accounting firms and a large law firm. Most recently, he was the technical tax leader for international and cross-border financial matters at Andersen Tax, LLC. Prior to his work at Andersen Tax, Ramon was responsible for the international tax practice at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP and served clients as part of the Washington National Tax Office of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC). Ramon began his career as an attorney-advisor in the Internal Revenue Service Office of Chief Counsel (International) where he wrote regulations, rulings and advised on litigation and tax policy matters.
Bert has practiced in the area of international taxation for over 20 years. He has advised and represented U.S. multinational groups and high net worth individuals investing or conducting business abroad and foreign multinational groups and high net worth individuals investing or conducting business in the United States. His practice encompasses matters involving tax planning, related compliance and tax controversies. He also conducts an administrative practice and has represented clients before the IRS and U.S. Treasury Department, including negotiating APAs, conducting competent authority proceedings, and assisting clients in obtaining tax rulings. Bert is a frequent author and lecturer. He leads RSM’s Global Tax Strategies group.
Larry has more than 25 years of international tax experience. He specializes in providing international tax services to public and private companies with complex global structures and transactions. In addition to completing a three-year term as the RSM national leader for international tax services, Larry has served other tax leadership roles for RSM.
Larry’s background includes senior management positions in both public accounting and private industry sectors. He previously served as Managing Director for a Big Four firm’s international tax services group, where he specialized in cross-border mergers and acquisitions. He also previously served as the VP of Tax for a Fortune 500 energy and telecommunications company. In this position, he was responsible for international tax planning and compliance, including the coordination of global tax provision preparation and related documentation processes for a corporate structure with over 200 domestic and foreign entities
David has over 14 years of combined experience in international tax in the Big 4, and serving as Director of International Tax Planning for a Fortune 250 company. David’s primary areas of expertise have been related to international restructuring projects, including supply chain and principal company structures, holding companies, cross-border reorganizations, and post-acquisition integration. David also has significant experience advising U.S. and foreign clients on repatriation and financing strategies, and intellectual property transactions.
Enrique has over 20 years of experience advising clients on transfer pricing issues. Enrique also represents RSM in public consultation meetings and submission of comments at the OECD on BEPS transfer pricing matters.
Prior to joining RSM, Enrique was with a Big Four accounting firm and with a global economic consulting group where he assisted worldwide clients with cross-border intercompany transactions. He provides transfer pricing consulting services to companies across numerous industries including retail, software, e-commerce, gaming, logistics and transportation, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, industrial chemicals, high-technology, manufacturing, and consumer products.
Enrique holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Southern California, teaches transfer pricing at the University of California, San Diego, and is a frequent speaker on transfer pricing at conferences and seminars worldwide.