Benedict Francis has been a Senior Manager at KPMG’s Washington office for more than 16 years. He is a member of the New York Bar and the Bar of England and Wales, and the author or co-author of the following articles: “Ten Years After: A Review of Developments in Relation to § 911 in the Decade Following the 2006 Amendments”, 45 Tax Management International Journal 716 (2017); “Final FBAR Regulations Clarify Filings Due June 30”, 61 Tax Notes International 1035 (2011); “New Treasury Form for Reporting Foreign Bank, Financial Accounts Causes a Stir”, Daily Tax Report No. 119, J-1 (2009); “The Nine Lives of Section 911”, 36 Tax Management International Journal 115 (2007); “Individuals Crossing International Lines,” 55 Major Tax Planning 10-1 (2003).
LL.M., Taxation, Georgetown University Law Center, with distinction
Graduate Diploma in Law, the City Law School, London
B.A., University of Edinburgh
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Section 911 and Other International Tax Rules Relating to U.S. Citizens and Residents (Portfolio 6080)
This Portfolio discusses double taxation of U.S. citizens abroad, citizens who expatriate to avoid tax, tax treaties relevant to U.S. citizens and other taxes relevant to U.S. citizens.