KPMG has hired Jennifer Cooper as International Tax Director for the firm’s growing International Tax team in London.
Jennifer previously worked at professional services firm EY. In recent years she was based in both the UK and Silicon Valley, specialising in helping US-headquartered multinationals understand the changing UK tax environment.
At KPMG she will be based in London, advising multinational groups on the impact of business change and tax change - including M&A, business integration, supply chain restructuring and BEPS.
Melissa Geiger, Head of International Tax and Tax Policy at KPMG UK said:
“Our multinational clients are navigating a complex and rapidly changing tax environment. Whether responding to policies around taxing the digital economy or evaluating the relative competitiveness of different regimes, access to high quality international tax advice has never been more important.
“I am delighted to have someone of Jennifer’s calibre on board. Her extensive knowledge of the UK and US tax systems will complement the broad variety of skills and experience in our dynamic and growing team.”
Jennifer Cooper commented: “Exciting things are happening at International Tax at KPMG. I am looking forward to being part of a great team who work with a really interesting set of clients.”
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