Mr. Liguori leads a New York and Washington, D.C.-based international tax and transfer pricing team that supports clients on global transactions. He oversees a practice with disciplines spanning from traditional international tax planning, cross-border inter-company arrangements, U.S. inbound planning, mergers and acquisitions, controversy and accounting for income taxes.
His most recent leadership experiences include: interim tax counsel for a multibillion dollar redesign of global manufacturing operations (supply chain); lead tax adviser to a $500 million publicly traded high-tech company through numerous acquisitions, legal restructurings and tax planning; lead adviser in redesigning the legal and tax structure of a multibillion dollar Tier-2 auto parts maker, improving cash flows by several hundred million dollars; and interim head of tax of a $3 billion global financial services company leading all tax aspects of a multibillion dollar IPO.
Mr. Liguori is frequently involved in helping companies respond to tax demands from boards of directors and shareholders, as well as in fostering cross-functional communication between tax, operations, finance and treasury teams. He has worked closely with CEOs, CFOs and private equity investors.
Before A&M, he was a core member of the global tax strategy team of Deloitte Tax, serving as lead adviser on multiple global client transactions. He began his career with Price Waterhouse in New York, where he assisted many companies with initial public offerings.
Mr. Liguori earned a juris doctor from Brooklyn Law School and is a member of the New York State Bar.
From 1999 through 2003, he served as an adjunct professor for the MS in the taxation program at Fordham University. He serves as a national speaker, and has written articles and provided comments on proposed regulations and other topics related to corporate and international taxation.