Allan is a member of The Tax Faculty’s Large Business and International Tax Committee. He specialised in international tax planning for more than 35 years. Prior to his retirement as a partner of BDO, he was the firm’s head of international tax and chairman of their International Tax Committee. He continued in the role of international tax consultant to the firm, advising on all aspects of cross border planning. Allan teaches and speaks on a wide range of international tax subjects, principally on cross border planning and on tax treaties. A major project has been the creation of a new International Tax Structuring database for the IBFD online Research Platform which is regularly updated to reflect current events. It comprehensively analyses the domestic and foreign tax issues requiring consideration by businesses expanding internationally at each stage of the natural business cycle. The Summaries included at the end of each section serve as a practical checklist. He also writes a regular Tax Treaty Briefing for ‘Tax Journal’.
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