About GES

Global Entity Solutions LLC (GES) is a boutique firm serving businesses that are engaged in projects to simplify their corporate structure. GES understands the challenges multi-national corporations face in trying to rationalize or simplify their legal structures.  We have faced these same challenges ourselves and are excited to provide an alternative for solving them.  Our goal is to not only help our customers simplify their structure, but also simplify their lives and that of their employees by having GES take responsibility and ownership of unneeded legal entities.

Brett Mitchell

Chief Executive Officer/Founder

Brett Mitchell is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer for Global Entity Solutions. In his role he has broad responsibility for the company’s functions, including accounting, treasury, legal, investor relations, regulatory and other matters.

Brett has more than 13 years of experience working in a variety of tax and strategic planning roles. He has extensive expertise in corporate formations, tax and accounting for dissolutions and liquidations, domestic and foreign partnerships, audit and criminal defense, ERP implementations, consolidated accounting issues and special projects execution.

Previously, Brett was the Head of Tax at Emergent Technology Holdings LP, a global payments company with activity in over 50 countries. While at Emergent, Brett successfully managed tax and accounting issues connected to the domestic launch of a new cryptographic token and led global tax planning for entry into 20+ new jurisdictions. Prior to that, he held management roles at Verifone, Moss Adams, and Grant Thornton in California.  Brett also served in planning and foreign tax roles at Excelerate Energy, Transocean and FMC Technologies in Texas.

Brett earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Houston and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Montana. He holds an active CPA license from the state of Colorado and is licensed as a CPA in California (Inactive).