While Companies Shift Addresses to Tax Havens, CEO's Stay Put
Dozens of large, publicly traded companies with American roots, and American executives, are actually incorporated in tax havens abroad. Most of them got the offshore address long after they started in business. Shifting an existing company's domicile out of the country is known as "inversion."
Published May 4, 2014
Still Here, Just Without the Tax Bills
Dots on the map locate a company's executive office in the U.S. and are
shaded to indicate the country where the company chose to incorporate.
1 — Deals are pending. Top executive posts to be split between U.S. and non-U.S. offices.
Source: Data compiled by Bloomberg
GRAPHIC: ALEX TRIBOU / BLOOMBERG VISUAL DATA & ZACHARY MIDER / BLOOMBERG NEWS