New tax hires at KPMG USA
KPMG USA has recruited a number of senior tax professionals recently. Below is a summary:
Theresa Kolish joins KPMG’s Economic & Valuation Services practice as a managing director. Most recently, she served as the team leader and Competent Authority analyst for the IRS Advance Pricing and Mutual Agreement program.
Anu Puvvada joins KPMG as a managing director in its Ignition – Innovation practice. She joins from EY where, as a senior manager, she served as the regional lead for intelligent automation in Tax and was also the regional lead on the America’s Tax Innovation Council.
Parmjit Sandhu joins KPMG as a principal in its Global Mobility Services practice. She joins from PwC where she was a director in the Global Human Resource Services group. Prior to that, she was an employee benefits consultant at BDO Stoy Hayward in London.
Noreen Marchland joins KPMG’s Business Tax Services practice as a principal based in Boston. Previously, she spent 18 years leading the U.S. Corporate Tax Services practice for Greater Toronto in KPMG Canada.
Paul Kraut has rejoined KPMG as a managing director in its New York Financial Services Tax Real Estate practice. He joins from EY where he worked with private equity and fund of funds clients.
Federico Garcia joins KPMG USA as a managing director in its Economic & Valuation Services practice. He has 25 years of federal, state, and local experience in cost-benefit analysis in the Tysons market. He joins KPMG from ICF International, where he was a vice president.
Ted Jahn joins KPMG as a managing director in its Information Reporting & Withholding Financial Services practice, based in New York. He joins from Deutsche Bank, where he served as a director of Corporate Tax, partnering with business, finance, and operations on indirect and operational tax matters.
David Ware joins KPMG as a managing director in its Mergers & Acquisitions Tax practice, based in Philadelphia. Most recently, he served as senior director, Tax Planning and Analysis – Mergers & Acquisitions, at Johnson Controls (formerly Tyco).