Mark Peltz Senior Advisor


Mark has more than 35 years of experience delivering domestic and international tax planning services to corporations and high-net-worth individuals.

He represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service, the state and city of New York, and foreign taxing authorities. He negotiates foreign concession agreements, reviews foreign tax credit calculations, participates in cross border financing and bilateral transfer pricing agreements, and litigated and settled a major territorial tax issue in Hong Kong. Mark’s expertise extends to corporate bankruptcy issues, and he played an integral role in a major corporate Chapter 11 filing, assisting in tax restructuring and pursuing recoverable tax benefits for the company. 

Mark has been quoted in the Financial Times and The New York Times, and regularly publishes articles on international taxation. He has appeared on Eyewitness News, Good Morning New York, and NY1, discussing Ponzi schemes, tax implications for high-net-worth taxpayers, and international tax issues. He lectures at the New York University School of Professional Studies Institute on Federal Taxation and also conducts various national webinars on international tax issues.

Mark graduated from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. He received a Juris Doctor degree and a Master of Laws degree in Taxation from New York University School of Law.