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Brockman takes up new position at TEI

Keith Brockman, global tax director at Mars Chocolate UK and regular ITR columnist, has been appointed vice chairman of the direct tax committee for OECD matters at the Tax Executives Institute (TEI).

TEI is an association of in-house business tax professionals from around the world.

Brockman is a lecturer, frequent speaker and author of the Strategizing Multinational Tax Risks blog; where he writes commentary on global tax developments and provides advice on best practices for in-house tax professionals.

Brockman has more than 30 years’ experience as an international corporate tax executive, specialising in M&A, global tax planning, US and foreign tax audits, transfer pricing and international tax structuring.

Giles Parsons, senior tax director for European tax policy at Caterpillar, is the vice chairman of TEI's direct tax committee for EU and UN tax matters

Read the latest installment of the Brockman Brief, from the February edition of the magazine, here.

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