This morning I issued a release congratulating Federal Labor's former Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury for his new strategic leadership role with the OECD.
ANDREW LEIGH MP
SHADOW ASSISTANT TREASURER
SHADOW MINISTER FOR COMPETITION
MEMBER FOR FRASER
DAVID BRADBURY TO LEAD OECD TAX POLICY AND STATISTICS DIVISION
Shadow Assistant Treasurer, Andrew Leigh, has warmly congratulated former Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury on his appointment to a strategic role with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The OECD undertook a competitive and global selection process to choose Mr Bradbury as the new head of the Tax Policy and Statistics Division based in Paris.
From next month Mr Bradbury will be in charge of raising the profile of tax policy analysis work at the OECD.
“David has an international reputation for his strong leadership and understanding of the taxation of multinational enterprises. He and Wayne Swan led the Australian debate on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting and modernising Australia’s transfer pricing laws.”
Mr Bradbury, a former tax lawyer, was Assistant Treasurer under the previous Labor Government, with responsibilities in including taxation reforms. He was instrumental in establishing Australia’s first and vital national regulator of the not-for-profit sector.
“I congratulate David and wish him well in his new and important role,” added Dr Leigh.
TUESDAY 25 MARCH, 2014
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