Principal, International Tax & Legal Operations Transformation Services, KPMG US
Principal, International Tax & Legal Operations Transformation Services
Kim Majure is a principal in the KPMG Washington National Tax practice and the Tax industry lead for U.S.-International Corridors, focusing on inbound and outbound tax planning and controversy. Kim advises clients on international tax planning and controversy issues, including cash management and deferral planning, withholding, cross-border financing, and multinational structuring.
Kim is an adjunct professor with the Georgetown University Law Center, where she has taught a mix of international tax classes for Georgetown’s LLM program, including an advanced international tax seminar and a cross-border tax controversy workshop.
Kim has spoken at the Tax Executives Institute Audit & Appeals Seminar; the International Fiscal Association; and the American Bar Association Tax Section. She is a regular panelist for the “Inbound-Outbound Update” session at the George Washington University/Internal Revenue Service Institute on Current Issues in International Taxation
Kim is a current vice-chair of the ABA Tax Section Committee, Foreign Activities of U.S. Taxpayers, chairs an annual international tax seminar series for BNA/CITE, and is the lead author on an annual periodical, “Select U.S. Federal Income Tax Considerations in European Joint Venture,” Tax Planning for Domestic & Foreign Partnerships, LLCs, Joint Ventures, & Other Strategic Alliances (2006-present).
Before joining KPMG, Kim was a partner in the DC law firm, Miller & Chevalier. Kim has also served as senior manager in the national office of another Big Four firm.
Kim holds a BA degree from the University of Virginia, a JD degree from Harvard Law School, and an LLM degree in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.