David Bradbury, Head of the Tax Policy and Statistics Division, Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, OECD David is an Australian national and joined the OECD in April 2014, where he now leads a team of economists, lawyers and statisticians focused on delivering high quality economic analysis and tax policy advice, and providing internationally comparable tax data and statistical analysis. David was a key contributor to the delivery of the OECD/G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project and the historic two-pillar solution, agreed by more than 135 jurisdictions, to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy. In particular, he leads the team that has been carrying out the OECD’s economic analysis and impact assessment of the landmark two-pillar international tax agreement. Prior to joining the OECD, David was a lawyer, a Member of the House of Representatives in the Australian Parliament, and a Minister in the Australian Government. As a lawyer, David worked for an international corporate law firm, specialising in taxation law. He served in the Australian Government as the Assistant Treasurer, Minister for Competition Policy and Consumer Affairs, Minister Assisting for Financial Services and Superannuation, and Minister Assisting for Deregulation. As a Minister, David led the Australian contribution to the debate on BEPS and implemented key taxation reforms including landmark amendments to the General Anti-Avoidance Rule - Part IVA - and the modernisation of Australia’s transfer pricing laws. .
Taxation, International Financial Flows and Governance (EN/FR)