Ernst & Young Appoints Joe Henderson to Expand Global Personal Tax Services Capabilities
Ernst & Young LLP has announced the appointment of Joe Henderson to the position of Executive Director, National Personal Financial Services (PFS) with responsibility for providing support to individual and corporate clients on international cross-border tax issues.
‘We are very happy that Joe has returned to Ernst & Young,” said Chuck Kowal, Americas Director of Personal Financial Services. “His stellar reputation and outstanding technical skills will help us expand our Global Personal Tax Services Network (GPTSN). As the world becomes increasingly global, we see a growing need for these types of services for our clients.”
In his new role, Mr. Henderson will assist clients with:
* Integrated U.S.-foreign income and estate/gift tax planning and compliance;
* IPre-immigration planning for individuals planning on becoming U.S. residents; and
* IExpatriation planning for individuals planning on ceasing to be U.S. residents.
Mr. Henderson joins E&Y from Caplin & Drysdale. Prior to that he worked for Ernst & Young’s International Tax Services practice. Before Ernst & Young, Mr. Henderson served as an attorney advisor within the IRS’ Office of Associate Chief Counsel (International). During his time with the IRS, he was a key participant in the legislative project resulting in the foreign trust tax changes enacted by the Small Business Job Protection Act of 1996. Mr. Henderson also drafted administrative guidance addressing U.S. taxation of individual and corporate international business operations and investments. In 1995, he received the Office of Chief Counsel National Award for Technical Guidance. Prior to his IRS career, Mr. Henderson was a judicial clerk with the Honorable Stanley J. Goldberg in the United States Tax Court.