Global Accounting Alliance tax directors group

Learn about the Global Accounting Alliance Tax Directors Group, which brings together 10 of the world’s leading professional accountancy bodies to share best practices, expertise and information, and develop thought leadership on international tax matters.

This group comprises the senior tax directors of members of the Global Accounting Alliance (GAA), an alliance of 10 of the world’s leading professional accountancy bodies in significant capital markets. GAA Tax Directors Group members share best practices, expertise and information; they develop thought leadership on international tax matters in the public interest; and they act as a voice of the global tax profession on tax issues of importance globally and in their home countries.

Members

Ian Young
Chair, GAA Tax Directors Group, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales

Charlotte Barbour
Director of tax, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland

Michael Croker
Tax leader, Australia, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Pieter Faber
Project director, Tax, South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA)

Gabe Hayos, FCPA, FCA, ICD.D
Vice-president, Taxation, CPA Canada

Edward Karl, CPA, CGMA
Vice-president, Taxation, American Institute of CPAs

Brian Keegan
Director of taxation, Chartered Accountants Ireland

Jorg Mueller
Technical manager, Institute of Public Auditors in Germany, Incorporated Association

Marita Rindermann
Technical director, Taxes and Law, Institute of Public Auditors in Germany, Incorporated Association

Peter Tisman
Director, Advocacy and Practice Development, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Ichiro Suto
Chair, Tax Committee, Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Peter Vial
Tax leader, New Zealand, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Highlights

Update your knowledge and strengthen your network at this must-attend conference covering the most important issues and trends affecting audit committee members.

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