Will Morris is currently Deputy Global Tax Policy Leader at PwC, having joined the firm on April 1, 2017. After private practice in London and Washington, DC, he joined the IRS in 1995, moving to the Office of Tax Policy at the US Treasury in January 1997 to work on international tax policy. Will was Associate International Tax Counsel until March 2000, when he joined General Electric, first in Fairfield CT., then London, where he coordinated GE’s global tax policy program.
Will was appointed Chair of the Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) Tax Committee to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in November 2012, and is also Chair of the AmCham EU Tax Committee. From May 2010 until July 2016 he was Chair of the Confederation of British Industry tax committee. He also chairs the European Tax Policy Forum (ETPF), a registered UK charity that since 2005 has commissioned over 45 papers from leading academic economists into business tax issues.
Will has degrees in history, law, and theology from Trinity College Cambridge, the University of Virginia, and St Mellitus College, respectively. He is a member of the clergy team at St Martin-in-the-Fields in London.