ITS Partner - Greater Texas Market, PwC US
Patrick Berrigan leads the International Tax practices in the Greater Houston area as well as the North Texas/Dallas office. He oversees the our Houston market’s Global Solutions Team, the alignment of our International Tax, Transfer Pricing and M&A groups toward targeted solutions for multinational companies. Patrick joined PwC in 1983 in our Chicago office. He was admitted to the partnership in 1996 and moved to the Houston office in 1998.
Patrick has specialized in International Taxation since 1983 and specializes in serving the international tax needs of both U.S. and foreign companies. Patrick has assisted numerous clients establish their foreign holding company structures; U.S. inbound leasing operating strategies; entrepreneur/principal structures; host country tax minimization structures; and cash repatriation planning. Patrick has been a pioneer in our firm’s service to company’s considering an “inversion” transaction – either self-directed or as part of a non-U.S. merger. He has worked with many company’s achieve operational efficiencies through realignment of assets and operations, including asset extraction planning following inversion transactions. Patrick founded our firm’s solutions strategy group focusing on Overall Foreign Losses (OFL) and interest expense apportionment planning.
Pat has a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from University of Notre Dame, and a Master's of Science in Taxation from DePaul University. He is a member of the AICPA, the Missouri State Board of Accountancy, and the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy.
Pat is the President of The John Cooper School Dragon Booster Club; Treasurer of the Houston International Tax Forum; Member of the Houston Notre Dame Club; and active member of the St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church.