KPMG Senior Associate, M&A Partnership Tax Group in Chicago, Illinois
Business Title: Senior Associate, M&A Partnership Tax Group
Requisition Number: 59087 - 31
Function: Tax Services
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KPMG is currently seeking a Senior Associate to join our Mergers & Acquisitions practice.
Assist engagement teams on a full spectrum of tax and structuring considerations related to complex partnership transactions including partnership mergers, acquisitions, divisions, recapitalizations, and restructurings
Assist with the review and remediation of deficiencies in historical partnership allocations
Consultation related to complex partnership structures (i.e., Umbrella Partnership C Corporation ("UP-C") offerings, tax equity partnership structures including hypothetical liquidation at book value (HLBV) calculations, partnership recapitalizations, and partnership mergers)
Quantitative numerical analysis to assist with informing clients of the tax ramifications of critical business decisions related to transaction alternative planning
Qualitative consultation related to transaction documents (e.g., LLC Operating Agreement, Contribution Agreement, and Unit Purchase Agreement)
Assist with tax due diligence related to client acquisitions of targets in partnership solution (including analysis around impacts of the new Centralized Partnership Audit Regime (CPAR))
Minimum of two years of federal tax and/or M&A experience in a public accounting firm, a corporate tax department, or a law firm
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university
CPA or J.D. / LL.M. (preferred but not required)
Basic knowledge of a broad range of partnership tax matters
Ability to execute and team with large groups on complex transactions
Excellent skills in Excel (e.g., ability to build flexible numerical analysis including partnership capital accounts, I.R.C. Section 704(c) allocations, I.R.C. Section 743(b) adjustments), research, and writing
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