Phillip A. Stoffregen Esq.

Philip A. Stoffregen is a principal in the Detroit office of KPMG, and is the Firm’s international tax leader for industrial business. Mr. Stoffregen focuses his practice on international tax issues for U.S. based multinationals, including out-bound transfers of fixed assets and intellectual property, tax-free restructurings of foreign subsidiaries, tax-free and taxable international acquisitions and dispositions, cash repatriation and foreign tax credit utilization planning, subpart F issues, and planning to utilize foreign losses.
     Mr. Stoffregen has assisted in structuring international joint ventures in many jurisdictions, and has advised on the U.S. / International tax aspects of two major public company spin off transactions.

Education:

J.D. University of Chicago Law School (1982) honors
Ph.D. University of Chicago
B.A. Earlham College (1973) honors

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:

910 T.M., Partners and Partnerships - International Tax Aspects (co-author)