Kevin Glenn has over 35 years of experience in advising multinational companies on cross-border tax matters with a particular focus on post-integration and IP tax planning. He advises on the taxation of cross-border transactions with a view to assisting corporations and investors in achieving their tax-rate and cash-tax planning objectives.

Kevin is experienced in the design and implementation of tax-efficient value chain and transfer pricing planning related to intellectual property deployment; tax-efficient cross-border financing structures; cash repatriation planning; foreign tax credit planning (including expense allocation, apportionment planning and foreign-source income planning); GILTI- and FDII-benefit-enhancement planning; BEAT mitigation strategy development and planning; and tax-efficient cross-border acquisition and disposition planning, among others. He had advised numerous companies in the life science and technology industries.

Kevin additionally advises clients on controversy matters and acts as a witness in cross-border tax matters. He is also a certified public accountant.

Before joining the firm, Kevin practiced at a multinational professional services network, where he held various tax-practice leadership positions.