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Andersen Tax appoints Brad Rode as managing director

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Andersen Tax has appointed Brad Rode as a managing director in the commercial practice group in Chicago office.

Rode specialises in international US federal tax, which includes assisting businesses and investors with addressing tax implications of various cross-border enterprises such as expansion overseas, mergers, acquisitions, financing, and restructurings. Rode focuses on both US outbound and foreign inbound clients in a variety of industries, including technology, manufacturing, real estate, and private equity.

With more than 19 years of experience, Rode has served clients with tax considerations around a broad array of matters, including multinational business expansion and financing, transaction and business structuring, supply chain analysis, deployment of intangible and intellectual property, management of foreign currency exposure, foreign investments in US real estate, as well as tax compliance and reporting across a wide range of categories.

Before joining Andersen Tax, Rode was a partner at BDO USA, where he led the international tax services practice within the firm’s central region. Earlier in his career, Rode worked at Grant Thornton serving clients in the Chicago practice office and, later, as a member of the international technical tax practice within the firm’s Washington national tax office in Washington, DC.

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