Mr. Wink has extensive experience advising U.S. and international clients, both public and private, in connection with international tax planning matters, including Subpart F, global intangible low-taxed income (or GILTI), foreign tax credits, documentation concerning transfer pricing rules and the tax aspects of operational integration, intercompany service, and financing arrangements, supply chain planning and restructurings, and transfers of intangible property.
He also advises clients with respect to the planning and execution of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, post-acquisition restructuring and integration transactions, and divestitures (including spin-offs). Mr. Wink regularly represents clients in connection with completing private equity transactions, structuring complex cross-border joint venture arrangements and capital markets transactions, obtaining rulings from the IRS, as well as assisting with audits and other tax controversy matters.
Mr. Wink has been recognized by The Legal 500 and previously was named one of Law360’s Rising Stars in Tax. He also regularly lectures on topics related to corporate and international taxation, in addition to co-authoring “Selected Issues in Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions,” which was published as part of NYU’s 72nd Institute on Federal Taxation.