Washington, DC - The International Tax and Investment Center (ITIC) is pleased to announce that the Hon. Dave Camp, former Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means in the U.S. House of Representatives, now a senior policy advisor with PwC, has joined its Board of Directors as an Honorary Co-Chairman.
Chairman Camp brings to ITIC an extensive tax policy background and valuable insight on the global business environment. His role with ITIC will allow him to pursue his strong interest in international tax and trade issues and offer his perspective on complex tax policy in transition economies around the world.
In announcing the appointment, ITIC President Daniel Witt commented, “We are delighted to have a leader of Dave Camp’s caliber join our Board of Directors as an Honorary Co-Chairman, and we look forward to sharing his expertise on tax policy with interested stakeholders around the world.
As Chairman of the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee, Camp was a leader on tax policy, international trade, and fiscal policy issues. His Tax Reform Act of 2014 (later known as “The Camp Proposal”) is widely recognized as a foundation for future business and international tax reform.
Camp sees the opportunity to work with ITIC as a way to bridge his personal and professional interests in economic development and tax issues in developing economies, remarking that, "I'm delighted to join with ITIC in the furtherance of its continuing mission to assist developing nations in their quest to participate fully in the world economy. There is so much to be done and many lives that can be improved through such international economic cooperation."
Founded in 1993, ITIC is a Washington-based nonprofit research and educational organization promoting tax reform and public-private efforts to improve the investment climate in transition and developing economies. The organization works closely with ministries of finance, customs services and tax authorities in 85 countries, as well as international and regional financial institutions engaged in tax policy and tax administration issues.