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Global Minimum Corporate Tax

September 2, 2021 at 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

About the Program

As of July 1, 2021, 130 countries have agreed to a proposed Global Minimum Corporate Tax (GMCT). Successful implementation of such a standard will close loopholes that have allowed large multinational companies to avoid paying taxes even in countries in which they do substantial business. According to some estimates, a GMCT would help governments recover between 100-240 billion dollars annually in taxes that companies have avoided paying through complicated tax avoidance schemes. While a final practical set of rules is still under negotiation, the framework of an agreement is in place.


Join the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity virtually on September 2nd as we welcome a panel of experts who will discuss the recent progress that has been made toward a GMCT, the prospects for its success and the implications it will have on economies worldwide.

About the Speakers

Moderated by NANA AMA SARFO, Contributing Editor, Tax Notes International

Nana Ama Sarfo is a contributing editor for Tax Notes International and a tax contributor for Forbes. She writes about breaking international tax news, including European tax developments, the digital economy, base erosion and profit shifting, tax transparency, taxation in the developing world, and practitioner reactions to OECD guidance. Previously, she was a managing editor for Thomson Reuters in New York and a senior tax reporter for Law360, where she authored over 1,800 articles and was a founding writer of the tax newswire.

Ama holds a law degree from Columbia Law School.


DANIEL BUNN, Vice President of Global Projects, Tax Foundation

Daniel Bunn is Vice President of Global Projects at the Tax Foundation, where he researches international tax issues with a focus on tax policy in Europe.

Prior to joining the Tax Foundation, Daniel worked in the United States Senate at the Joint Economic Committee as part of Senator Mike Lee’s (R-UT) Social Capital Project and on the policy staff for both Senator Lee and Senator Tim Scott (R-SC). In his time in the Senate, Daniel developed legislative initiatives on tax, trade, regulatory, and budget policy.

He has a master’s degree in Economic Policy from Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from North Greenville University in South Carolina.

Daniel lives in Halethorpe, Maryland, with his wife and their three children.

STEVEN DEAN, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School

Steven Dean is professor of law at Brooklyn Law School. His teaching focuses on individual and corporate tax. He writes and podcasts about tax law and social enterprise. His scholarship addresses the impact of neoliberalism and racial capitalism and the evolving relationship between financial profit and social mission evident in the emergence of social enterprise, impact investing, and unregulated philanthropy.

In addition to traditional law review articles and essays in journals such as the NYU Law Review and the Emory Law Journal, Dean has written for a range of publications including The Nation. He has also coauthored two books, Federal Taxation of Corporations and Corporate Transactions (Aspen Publishers 2018, with Brad Borden) and Social Enterprise Law: Trust, Public Benefit and Capital Markets (Oxford University Press 2017, with Dana Brakman Reiser). He has served as Vice Dean at Brooklyn Law School and, while a Visiting Professor of Law at NYU School of Law, as Faculty Director of its Graduate Tax Program. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the New York State Bar Association’s Tax Section and its Committee on Professional Ethics.

Dean graduated from Yale Law School and earned his undergraduate degree in Political Economy at Williams College. He previously practiced tax law at Debevoise & Plimpton and Cravath, Swaine & Moore.


Mark Strimber is a principal at RSM US LLP who leads the northeast region’s international tax practice. Based in New York, Mark advises multinational corporations on the U.S. tax implications of their cross-border operations and reorganizations. He works with private equity groups assisting them in planning tax-efficient structures for international transactions, tax due diligence and M&A transactions, and transfer pricing consulting.

He is an adjunct associate professor at Baruch College, teaching international tax in the MST program.



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September 2, 2021
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm EDT




Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity