February 29, 2020

Rick Minor

Rick is an international tax attorney and former senior tax executive. He has enjoyed planning, controversy and policy achievements in the U.S. and in multiple European jurisdictions. He spent a significant portion of his career in Europe, first with international law firms in London and Munich, and then as the top European tax executive in the European headquarters of three public companies: Honeywell, Inc. in Brussels and AOL Europe and Arcelor Mittal in Luxembourg. He advises companies on inbound and outbound corporate structuring and transactions, tax planning and related cross-border business and holding company structures, digital business models, choice of jurisdiction, and international tax controversy matters.

Between his corporate positions, Rick served as a senior advisor to the Luxembourg government of Jean Claude Juncker, advising it on tax and GDPR policies that would advance Luxembourg’s digital economy. Most recently, Rick served in a senior Director role in the NC Department of Commerce where he engaged large US and foreign multinationals on strategies to invest in the state and advised the Commerce Department and the Governor’s office on business recruiting strategies.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Rick Minor