B.A., Rutgers College; J.D., cum laude, Seton Hall; LL.M. in Taxation, NYU. Professor Mayo focuses on US Federal income tax and international tax issues affecting banks, broker/dealers, and other financial institutions and investment funds. Professor Mayo provides tax advice in the areas of financial products, federal and international tax planning, effective tax rate planning, and tax controversy support. Publications include articles in Tax Notes and the Journal of Taxation, and Professor Mayo is a co-author of the treatise “Taxation of Financial Institutions.” He speaks regularly on tax issues affecting banks and investment funds at meetings of the American Bar Association and Wall Street Tax Association as well as at conferences such as PLI, the Structured Finance Institute and the Bank & Capital Markets Tax Institute.