Stanley F. Rose


Retired Attorney for Foreign Investment
Retired Advisor for Foreign Investors

Stanley F. Rose was an attorney whose law practice was directed primarily to the aspects of U.S. Income, Estate and Gift Tax which relate to foreign investment in the U.S., and foreign trade and transactions. In addition, Rose advised American and foreign businesses and businessmen in regard to international businesses and investment.

Rose was board certified by the Florida Bar as a specialist in International Law, and was qualified as a Florida Civil Law Notary.

Rose speaks German, Spanish, Portuguese and French, and has published articles in English, German and Spanish in the U.S., Germany and Venezuela. He was admitted to practice law in Tennessee, Florida and the Republic of Peru. His legal activities have dealt with over 40 countries including the purchase of businesses and the sale of products and businesses in Europe and South America, tri-party license arrangements in the Soviet Union, various agency, distributor and license agreements, and direct investment.

Rose was formerly a tax advisor for Price Waterhouse Peat in Lima, Peru; a member of the law firm of Travieso Evans in Caracas, Venezuela; a political, legal and tax advisor for the management of Occidental Petroleum in Peru; and an international attorney for Warner Lambert Company (Morristown, New Jersey) for Central and South America, Canada, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

Rose graduated from The Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia (founded in 1839). At his graduation in June 1961, he was awarded the medal for character given in memoriam of James Couzens. He has a B.A. and a M.A. in American and European history from the University of Virginia. He received a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee and was an associate editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review. In Lima, Peru he earned a law degree from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (founded May 12, 1551) and was a member of the Colegio de Abogados de Lima. He also has a Masters in Management (M.M.) from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Rose met Emily Carol Ciner of Scarsdale, New York in August 1968 on a two week Dutch student tour to Russia. They were married on March 23, 1972 in the City Hall of the Municipalidad of Miraflores, Lima, Peru. The marriage was announced in newspapers in their birthplaces of Nashville and Scarsdale, and in the Society Section of The New York Times on March 31, 1972.

Military Service, US Army:

Active Duty: 1965-66, 2nd/1st Lieutenant, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea.
                    1966-67, 1st Lieutenant, Ft. Detrick, MD.
Reserves: 1967-74, retired as a Captain.
Medals: National Defense Service Medal; Korea Defense Service Medal; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal.

Hereditary Societies:

Society of the Cincinnati, representing Lt. Col. Hardy Murfree.
Mayflower Society, representing John Alden.
Jamestowne Society, representing John English.

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