Maria Regina Branco Join’s INPACT’s International Tax Committee
Bolstering the Burgeoning Skillset of INPACT’s International Tax Committee
Branco is very keen to impart her knowledge of international tax resources prepare articles which she plans to bring to the attention of the other members, and she has also committed to attending several of the international conferences each year where she will contribute to ITC meetings, discussions and training sessions.
Branco is excited with the opportunity to foster her interest in tax law and collaborate with others who continually strive to improve the literature and practices regarding international taxes. In an email, Branco stated that she was especially intrigued by “the opportunity to discuss International tax themes with renowned colleagues, gather empirical knowledge on international tax planning, and consequently benefit our clients with this experience.”
Coming from Brazil, Branco is in an exceptional position to provide an in-depth look into the current tax laws within that country and clarify the new tax legislation that has been making headlines in Brazil. As a result of her involvement with the ITC, Branco hopes to participate in building tax planning resources and portfolios to improve the international tax process for clients across countries.
Providing Reliable Tax Information to Member Firms in Countries across the World
ITC is a group of tax experts dedicated to compiling and providing the best practices for international tax issues for the benefit of all INPACT members.
The following members currently comprise the ITC: Mark Moore (Rayner Essex, United Kingdom), Gianfranco Peracin (Cortellazo & Soatto, Italy), Reinhard Haeckl (Häckl Treuhand GmbH, Germany), Renald Micallef (Busutill & Micallef, Malta), Claudia Stadler (cSt causa, Austria), Jean Pierre van Duppen (RSW Accountants & Tax Advisors, The Netherlands) and the newest member, Maria Regina Branco (NK Assessoria Contábil e Fiscal Ltda, Brazil).