Principal, Mergers & Acquisitions Tax, KPMG US
Principal, Mergers & Acquisitions Tax
Judd Schreiber, based in Boston, has many years of experience in providing transactional and continuing tax advice to corporate and private equity clients.
Judd focuses on assisting multinational clients based outside of the United States with transactional and ongoing business tax support. Additionally, he serves as the M&A Tax lead for U.S.-inbound clients and the U.S. Tax lead for the KPMG U.S.-Germany Corridor. As a result, Judd possesses deep experience addressing cross-border tax issues that arise in the U.S.-inbound context.
Judd specializes in providing international and domestic tax advice regarding issues and opportunities relevant to acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, mergers, spin-offs, tax-free reorganizations, public offerings, financing arrangements, internal restructurings, legal entity reductions, and other transactions. He provides his clients with tax support at all stages of transactions from evaluation of a potential transaction, through structuring and closing, and then following the deal with post-transaction integration. Judd also provides tax support with various ongoing business matters that arise outside of the deal context.
Specifically, Judd provides general tax consulting, due diligence, structuring advice, opinions, transaction readiness support, financing planning, review of complex corporate transactions, treaty analyses, tax comments to legal agreements, modeling of complex tax calculations and projections, transaction cost analyses, cash repatriation planning, tax attribute analyses, and many other services designed to ensure that transactional and business matters are structured in a globally tax-efficient manner.
Judd regularly speaks at tax seminars, webcasts, KPMG national and local trainings, and universities in the Boston area.
Prior to joining KPMG in Boston, Judd was a member of the mergers & acquisitions tax practice at another Big Four firm.
Judd has JD degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a BA in economics from McGill University.