Rawal, Radhakishan

Radhakishan Rawal, of PwC, India, is a Manager in the Tax & Regulatory Services team and is has more than 8 years experience in domestic and international taxation. He is a commerce Graduate and has been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India since 1997. He is also a member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India and the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India and a Certified Treasury Manager.

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The Taxation of Permanent Establishments

Riddaway, Mark

Mark Riddaway has been editor of the Marylebone Journal from the start in 2005.

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Marylebone Lives

Thorpe, Chris

Chris is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and full member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners, having originally qualified as a barrister. He qualified as a tax advisor at Grant Thornton and for the last 13 years has worked in private practice specialising in private client matters.

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Implied Trusts and Beneficial Ownership in Modern UK Tax Law

Trimbath, Susanne

Susanne Trimbath holds a Ph.D. in Economics from New York University and received her MBA in Management from Golden Gate University. Prior to forming STP Advisory Services, Dr. Trimbath was Senior Research Economist in Capital Studies at Milken Institute (Santa Monica, CA) and Senior Advisor on the Russian Capital Markets Project (USAID-funded) with KPMG in Moscow and St. Petersburg. She started her career in financial services operations at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Since 1989, Dr. Trimbath has taught economics and finance in university graduate and undergraduate programs as adjunct, associate and full-time professor. Dr. Trimbath helped create the Transportation Performance Index for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (Washington, D.C.) which she used to demonstrate the real economic payoff of investments in infrastructure.

Dr. Trimbath authored, edited and contributed chapters to five books, including Mergers and Efficiency (2002), Beyond Junk Bonds (2003), and Methodological Issues in Accounting Research (2006). Her media credits include appearances on national television and radio programs (CNBC’s Power Lunch and NPR’s Marketplace) and the Bloomberg report Phantom Shares. Dr. Trimbath’s articles appear in the national publications US Banker, The International Economy, and The American Enterprise in addition to academic, peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Trimbath is a contributing editor at

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Lessons Not Learned