(PRWEB) January 29, 2013
Christopher Braun, M.B.A, J.D., LL.M, Tax Attorney has joined Nagel & Associates, an International law firm that is one of the leading experts in international asset protection.
Mr. Braun previously was a partner at Baker Tilly, one of the largest accounting groups in the world, and led the firm for all cross-border planning and compliance related to dual jurisdiction U.S. Citizens, foreign nationals, and foreign closely-held family businesses making inroads into the U.S.A.
Mr. Braun has also been a Professor of Accounting and Taxation, worked for two CPA firms in New York State and served as the CFO and General Counsel of a Single Family Office.
As a full-time self-employed tax attorney Braun’s consulting responsibilities include:
"Christopher brings significant expertise in high-wealth international and domestic income tax, estate and trust tax planning for dual jurisdiction U.S. persons. International asset protection presents significant legal and tax issues that are very complex. His expertise in all of these areas will greatly benefit our clients in selecting and implementing the most effective strategies for asset management and protection," said Joel Nagel, founder and managing partner of Nagel & Associates.
About Nagel & Associates
Nagel & Associates is an international law firm that focuses exclusively on international commercial transactions, international asset protection, foreign residency and second citizenship services. They also provide international business leverage for leading corporations, entrepreneurs and individuals. Their broad range of experience helps them know how clients’ overseas operations fit into the broader context of a country’s culture, language and style of “doing business.” Much of the focus of Nagel & Associates is on helping clients select the right jurisdiction for business and financial transactions and the best vehicle for protecting their assets. Some of these approaches include joint ventures, trusts, foundations, corporations, LLCs, insurance products, foreign residency and citizenship matters. To learn more visit http://www.nagellaw.com.