Gregory F. Jenner
Stoel Rives LLP
Gregory F. Jenner is a Member in the Tax practice group at Stoel Rives LLP, and formerly served as the Acting Assistant Secretary of Treasury for Tax Policy from February 2004, to December 2004. Greg was nominated by President George W. Bush to be Assistant Secretary (Tax Policy). Prior to his elevation to Acting Assistant Secretary, Greg served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy, beginning in 2002. As the Acting Assistant Secretary, Greg directed the Treasury's Office of Tax Policy, which is responsible for providing the Administration with policy analysis, advice and recommendations relating to all aspects of domestic and international issues of Federal taxation, including all legislative proposals, regulatory guidance, and tax treaties. The Office of Tax Policy is also responsible for providing the official estimates of all Federal Government receipts for the President's budget, fiscal policy decisions, and Treasury cash management decisions. Greg has broad experience in virtually all Federal tax matters, with particular focus on planning and implementing complex tax-related transactions, partnerships and joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions. He has worked extensively on energy, insurance-related and agricultural tax issues, and has successfully represented taxpayers in Federal and state tax controversies, in both audit and litigation. Greg has been active for many years in the Federal tax policy process, working closely with senior policy makers in Congress, the Treasury Department, and the Internal Revenue Service.