KLR Newsroom Claire Iacobucci and Fred Corso Selected to Speak on Global Tax & Accounting Issues January 07, 2016 Claire Iacobucci, CPA will be speaking at the International Professional Series hosted by Bryant University and Principal, Fred Corso, CPA will be a panelist at TMA’s Breakfast Series. Claire Iacobucci, CPA will be speaking at the International Professional Series hosted by Bryant University and Principal, Fred Corso, CPA will be a panelist at TMA’s Breakfast Series. Claire will be speaking at the Global Finance & Banking session regarding Global Accounting Issues and Fred will be participating as a panelist on Navigating Cross-border Deals. Claire Iacobucci is a frequent speaker on new technical pronouncements and annual accounting and auditing updates. Her experience includes depth in a variety of industries such as high-tech, precious metals, colleges and universities, real estate and construction as well as general manufacturing for both publicly traded and privately held companies. Fred Corso, through the combination of his extensive professional experience and strong global network of local country advisors, provides practical insight and solutions that are tailored to the needs of each business. Working with both publicly traded and privately held companies in a number of industries; Fred has been heavily involved in cross-border structuring, planning and M&A transactions of various scope and complexity. To learn more and register for these events: Bryant University: 2016 International Professional Series TMA Northeast: Cross-Border Deals Breakfast Panel # # # # # KLR is a premier provider of international tax services to middle market companies and works with both foreign-based companies moving to the U.S. market as well as domestic companies that do business around the world. The KLR Global Tax group is available to assist clients with any tax issues pertaining to either inbound or outbound tax issues, both from a corporate perspective as well as for multinational families. Those issues may include the IRS’ Voluntary Disclosure Program, planning for intellectual property transfers, transfer pricing, export incentives, and global restructuring projects.