Kim Sucha, a Business Tax Services partner in the KPMG Power and Utilities practice, specializes in the analysis of tax issues associated with partnerships and other flow-through entities, with a focus on the energy industry. She also serves as a leader of the KPMG National Renewable Energy Group.
Kim has experience leading large-scale engagements in the power and utilities sector, including engagements for developers of renewable energy projects. She has also provided tax services to publicly traded companies, regulated utilities, and closely held companies. In addition to her public accounting experience, Kim spent more than five years in senior finance leadership positions in closely held companies.
Kim has a broad base of knowledge and experience, including partnership taxation and other flow-through entity planning and compliance as well as corporate taxation. She has advised clients on entity formation and distribution planning (including equity structuring) and on tax equity partnership structuring, modeling, and ongoing operation. In addition, she has conducted provision reviews for complex business structures, including regulated utilities and HLBV calculations. Kim also has experience in tax planning for closely-held businesses and their owners and succession planning.
Kim is an active member of a number of community organizations, including the Mid-America Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society; the Omaha Community Board of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society; Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska; and Graduate of Leadership Nebraska and Leadership Omaha.
Kim is a certified public accountant in Nebraska and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She earned her BS degree in Business Administration – Accounting from Creighton University.