Reminiscences of Jack Moore : oral history, 2006.
|Creator: ||Moore, Jack, 1936-||Project: ||Atlantic Philanthropies Oral History Project. |
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|Phys. Desc. :||transcript: 162 p. sound recordings: 4 CD-ROMs (106; 117 min.)|
|Location: ||Columbia Center for Oral History|
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International tax specialist for Duty Free Shoppers and General Atlantic.
Scope and Contents
Born 1936 in Cologne, Germany; early life in England during World War II; education at British school in Germany 194-1953; clerking and early legal career as solicitor in London and lawyer for Price Waterhouse in Frankfurt; international tax services work in Europe and Singapore; independent tax services work; Charles F. Feeney [CFF] as client at Price Waterhouse; Duty Free Shoppers and issues with U.S. withholding tax on corporations and branches; General Atlantic offices in Bermuda; establishment of the Atlantic Foundation and Atlantic Trust in early 1980s; CFF's concerns about anonymous giving; transferal of CFF funds to Atlantic Foundation and Danielle J. Feeney [DJF]; CFF and DJF divorce; interactions with CFF.
Copyright held by: The Trustees of Columbia University of the City of New York and The Atlantic Philanthropies, 2007.