Wolfe Tone

US Deloitte Private Tax Leader at Deloitte LLP

Wolfe Tone

Wolfe Tone

US Deloitte Private Tax Leader at Deloitte LLP

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Wolfe is the US Deloitte Private Tax leader and a tax partner in the Chicago office. With over two decades of experience, Wolfe has served a variety of technology, life science, retail, real estate, manufacturing, and distribution clients, ranging from Fortune 500 multinational organizations to start-up ventures. For the past 18 years, he has concentrated his professional efforts on advising complex privately-held organizations and in-bound companies. As a trusted advisor to his clients, Wolfe has led multi-disciplined engagement teams that provide a variety of tax and non-tax services around the areas of corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, IPO planning, finance transformation, tax compliance and tax controversies assistance.

Wolfe is also a senior advisor to the Deloitte Private Global Executive Committee and is a member of the US Deloitte Tax leadership group and the Chicago Tax leadership team. He has authored a number of articles on the impact of the 2017 Tax Act and has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Politico, the New York Times, The Economist, and Investment News on these matters.

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Executive Chairman at Providence St. Mel School

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Chief Executive & Investment Officer at RMB Capital Holdings LLC

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Lecturer, Real Estate Division at University of Chicago - Booth School of Business

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US Deloitte Private Tax Leader at Deloitte LLP
Education
BBA in Accounting
Class of 1996

The Tippie College of Business at The University of Iowa, established as the College of Commerce in 1921, is one of the oldest and top ranked business schools in the United States. The College was the first academic division at the University of Iowa to be named for an alumnus, Henry B. Tippie, a 1949 accounting graduate from Belle Plaine, Iowa. The College is housed in the Pappajohn Business Building in Iowa City, named for Des Moines venture capitalist John Pappajohn, a 1952 graduate of the College.

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US Deloitte Private Tax Leader
Current

Deloitte LLP engages in the provision of audit, consulting, tax, and advisory solutions. It offers services relating to tax, consulting, audit and assurance, Deloitte private company services, mergers and acquisitions, risk and financial advisory, analytics, and cloud. The company was founded by William Welch Deloitte, George A. Touche, Charles Waldo Haskins, and Elijah Watt Sells in 1845 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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United Way of Metro Chicago, Inc. operates as non-profit organization, which allocate funds for health, education, financial stability and safety. The firm provides health, education and financial services. It offers 211 hotline support, center for human trafficking and slavery, born learning, and sports activities. The company was founded by Frances Wisebart Jacobs, Myron W. Reed, William J.O’Ryan, Dean H. Martyn Hart and Rabbi William S. Friedman in 1887 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

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The Tippie College of Business at The University of Iowa, established as the College of Commerce in 1921, is one of the oldest and top ranked business schools in the United States. The College was the first academic division at the University of Iowa to be named for an alumnus, Henry B. Tippie, a 1949 accounting graduate from Belle Plaine, Iowa. The College is housed in the Pappajohn Business Building in Iowa City, named for Des Moines venture capitalist John Pappajohn, a 1952 graduate of the College.

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Providence St. Mel School (PSM) is a private, coeducational P-12 school in East Garfield Park, Chicago, Illinois. The school currently has 594 students and 50 teachers. The school was created in 1969 with the merger of two schools, Providence High School and St. Mel High School. In 1978 the Archdiocese of Chicago tried to close down the school by withdrawing its support. The administrators of the school and community members were determined to operate the school on its own, without the support of the Archdiocese, so principal Paul J. Adams met with Sister Loretta Schafer, general superior of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. The Sisters had founded Providence High School in the 1930s under Mother Mary Raphael Slattery and still owned the Providence-St. Mel property, which Schafer transferred to Adams free of charge.

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2016

Providence St. Mel School (PSM) is a private, coeducational P-12 school in East Garfield Park, Chicago, Illinois. The school currently has 594 students and 50 teachers. The school was created in 1969 with the merger of two schools, Providence High School and St. Mel High School. In 1978 the Archdiocese of Chicago tried to close down the school by withdrawing its support. The administrators of the school and community members were determined to operate the school on its own, without the support of the Archdiocese, so principal Paul J. Adams met with Sister Loretta Schafer, general superior of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. The Sisters had founded Providence High School in the 1930s under Mother Mary Raphael Slattery and still owned the Providence-St. Mel property, which Schafer transferred to Adams free of charge.

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2015

Providence St. Mel School (PSM) is a private, coeducational P-12 school in East Garfield Park, Chicago, Illinois. The school currently has 594 students and 50 teachers. The school was created in 1969 with the merger of two schools, Providence High School and St. Mel High School. In 1978 the Archdiocese of Chicago tried to close down the school by withdrawing its support. The administrators of the school and community members were determined to operate the school on its own, without the support of the Archdiocese, so principal Paul J. Adams met with Sister Loretta Schafer, general superior of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. The Sisters had founded Providence High School in the 1930s under Mother Mary Raphael Slattery and still owned the Providence-St. Mel property, which Schafer transferred to Adams free of charge.

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2014

Providence St. Mel School (PSM) is a private, coeducational P-12 school in East Garfield Park, Chicago, Illinois. The school currently has 594 students and 50 teachers. The school was created in 1969 with the merger of two schools, Providence High School and St. Mel High School. In 1978 the Archdiocese of Chicago tried to close down the school by withdrawing its support. The administrators of the school and community members were determined to operate the school on its own, without the support of the Archdiocese, so principal Paul J. Adams met with Sister Loretta Schafer, general superior of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. The Sisters had founded Providence High School in the 1930s under Mother Mary Raphael Slattery and still owned the Providence-St. Mel property, which Schafer transferred to Adams free of charge.

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