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FACT Coalition Welcomes Ryan Gurule as Policy Director

Gurule Brings Wealth of Tax and Corporate Law Experience to Fight for Tax Justice and Corporate Transparency

WASHINGTON, D.C.––The Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency Coalition (FACT Coalition) announced Monday that Ryan Gurule has joined its team as the new Policy Director.

Mr. Gurule joins the FACT Coalition with significant tax law and corporate law experience. Most recently, Ryan served as Vice President, Senior Corporate Counsel for TransMontaigne Partners, which manages a multi-billion dollar family of traditional and renewable energy logistics companies. Ryan has practiced tax and corporate law with the international law firms Latham & Watkins LLP and Perkins Coie LLP. Ryan has additional experience with the U.S. Congress Joint Committee on Taxation and as a consultant on corporate tax policy for the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Ryan earned a JD, cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center.

“At a time when there are huge opportunities to address the injustices in our tax system and to improve corporate transparency, we are very excited to have the deep policy and technical expertise Ryan will bring to our policy and advocacy work,” said Ian Gary, FACT’s executive director. “We look forward to Ryan’s leadership to help the FACT Coalition push policies that increase tax transparency and address corporate tax loopholes.”

“Unfair tax systems, multinational corporate tax avoidance, illicit financial flows, and corruption all rob governments of the resources they need to fund social services, fight inequality, and combat climate change,” said Ryan Gurule, on joining the group. “After several years in the corporate and professional legal worlds, I’m honored to join the FACT Coalition and its allies at such a pivotal moment.”

The FACT Coalition is a non-partisan alliance of more than 100 state, national, and international organizations promoting a fair global tax system and combating the harmful impacts of corrupt financial practices.


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