Doug Holland provides advice on a wide range of international tax issues, for both multinational and private equity clients, including cross-border acquisitions and restructuring, the dual consolidated loss rules, earnings-stripping limitations, application of the branch tax and FIRPTA rules to inbound investments, treaty qualification, anti-deferral rules, international shipping and air transport income, and foreign charitable organizations, as well as the associated information reporting and compliance aspects.
Doug is the author or co-author of a number of articles published in Tax Notes, Tax Notes International, the International Tax Journal and IBFD Journals on topics including the dual consolidated loss rules, passive foreign investment companies, the permanent establishment implications of commissionaire structures, the IRS LMSB’s series of section 965 directives and international tax aspects of the “check-the-box” rules. He is also a frequent presenter at internal and external events.
Prior to joining KPMG, Doug served as an attorney-advisor to the Hon. Joseph H. Gale of the United States Tax Court and before that was a Graduate Tax Scholar and research assistant to Prof. Martin McMahon while attending the University of Florida for his LLM degree.
Doug earned a BA degree from the University of Michigan, a JD degree, magna cum laude, from Duke University of Law School, and an LLM degree in taxation from the University of Florida.