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POST DATE 9/12/2016
END DATE 10/18/2016

DiversityWorking Santa Clara, CA

Santa Clara, CA
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When you choose KPMG as the place to build your career in tax, you can really add value. KPMG's tax partners and professionals pride themselves on understanding our clients' business strategy and needs, providing a broad range of federal, state, local and international tax services to meet those needs. We are currently seeking a Manager/Senior Manager to join our Mergers & Acquisitions practice in our Santa Clara, CA office.

- Lead engagement teams in the planning, execution, and delivery of designated M&A Tax consulting projects, specifically section 382 ownership change analyses(both qualitative and quantitative), tax basis in subsidiary stock studies, earnings & profits (E&P) studies, transaction cost analyses, legal entity rationalization projects and group restructurings, debt modifications and workouts, and cancellation of debt income and attribute reduction modeling analyses
- Advise external and internal clients on the federal income tax consequences of the full spectrum of corporate and shareholder transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, formations, liquidations, distributions, redemptions, and reorganizations, with particular emphasis on consolidated return regulations
- Research and analyze corporate and consolidated return tax issues in connection with the preparation, review, and delivery of written tax advice such as technical memoranda, tax opinion letters, and private letter ruling requests
- Collaborate with leadership on the development and implementation of best practices and tools that provide for the continuous improvement of the National Projects Group's service offerings
- Train, motivate, and develop staff, senior, and manager level members on all facets of the practice, including application of current and new/developing tax laws, engagement processes, risk management policies, engagement economics, and new business development
- Team with M&A Tax leadership on effective execution of 'go-to-market' strategy to achieve quality growth goals
Additional Responsibilities for Senior Manager:

- Team with other professionals to help identify new marketplace opportunities and grow the KPMG tax practice
- Manage a portfolio of clients of varying size and scope and act as the first point of contact for internal and external clients

- Five years of federal corporate tax and consolidated return group experience in a Big 4 accounting firm, including extensive experience with section 382 ownership change quantitative analysis (and preferably, also computations of tax basis in consolidated subsidiary stock)
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university
- CPA or J.D./LL.M. (Please note that any candidate hired by KPMG into this position that doesn't currently possess one of the aforementioned credentials/designations will be required to secure one within one year from the commencement of employment)
- Deep knowledge of subchapter C, bankruptcy and insolvency taxation, and consolidated return regulations
- Demonstrated leadership ability and the ability to manage multiple engagements and client service teams
- Excellent computational analysis and research and writing skills
Additional Qualifications for Senior Manager:

- Eight years of federal corporate tax and consolidated return group experience in a public accounting firm, corporate tax department, or law firm
- Experience building and managing client relationships
KPMG offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package.
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