Peter I. Elinsky

Great Falls, VA

"Professor Elinsky is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., where he Teaches Retirement Plans -Design and Taxation; and Executive Compensation - Cash And Equity-Based Incentives. Professor Elinsky retired from KPMG after almost 31 years of service on June 30, 2002. Prior to retirement, he held the position of Partner in Charge of Americas Accounts for Compensation and Benefits. Professor Elinsky joined KPMG's Boston office in 1972, transferred to the Washington National Tax practice in 1976, and admitted to the partnership in 1978. Professor Elinsky has extensive experience in employee benefits and executive compensation, particularly in matters involving qualified retirement plans and deferred compensation. He has presented at various tax institutes, and has written articles on employee benefits and executive compensation. He was frequently quoted as an expert in the financial press. Professor Elinsky co-authored Financial Considerations of Executive Compensation and Retirement Plans, published by John Wiley & Sons. Professor Elinsky received a B.S. degree in Accounting, from the University of Connecticut in 1965; a J.D. degree from Suffolk University School of Law, Cum Laude in 1968 and an LL.M. degree in Taxation from Boston University School of Law in1972.