Santa Clara University

Biography


Andrew Gewirtz, CEP
Tax Managing Director and IES National Director Global Equity Tax Services, KPMG

Andrew is a Tax Managing Director with KPMG LLP where he is part of the firm’s International Executive Services (IES) practice and works out of the firm's Short Hills, New Jersey office.

Andrew has over 25 years of experience in the business of providing international assignment tax, human resource and assignment management advisory services to some of the world’s premier multinational corporations.  Andrew currently serves as the IES National Director of Global Equity Tax Advisory Services where he provides technical support to the practice on issues associated with cross-border and multi-jurisdictional tax implications of equity-based compensation plans and works with clients to help them effectively manage tax risk and navigate the complexities associated with international and globally mobile employees’ participation in the company’s incentive and equity-based compensation plans.

Andrew has experience in a wide-range of industry groups with a focus on international assignment tax and global equity tax advisory services, including multi-jurisdictional payroll, process management and cross-border issues associated with international employee participation in a company’s equity-based compensation plans.  Andrew has valuable expertise in the art and science of all facets of expatriate, foreign national and third country national taxation and individual and corporate tax issues associated with international equity-based compensation.

Andrew graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Business Administration.  He is an Enrolled Agent (EA) enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service and is a Certified Equity Professional (CEP) and serves on the Continuing Education Committee of the Certified Equity Professional Institute.  Andrew is a frequent speaker at NASPP and GEO conference events and a regular instructor for the KPMG tax business school.

 
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