KPMG Senior Manager, Partnership Transactions in Denver, Colorado
Business Title: Senior Manager, Partnership Transactions
Requisition Number: 67330
Function: Tax Services
Area of Interest: Mergers, Acquisitions, & Restructuring Tax
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KPMG is currently seeking a Senior Manager to join our Mergers & Acquisitions practice.
Advise clients on a full spectrum of tax and structuring considerations related to complex partnership transactions including partnership mergers, acquisitions, divisions, recapitalizations, and restructurings
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, partnership mergers, etc.)
Quantitative numerical analysis to inform the client 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, Unit Purchase Agreement, etc.)
Develop, motivate, and train staff and manager level team members
Eight years of federal tax and/or M&A experience in a public accounting firm, a corporate tax department, or a law firm, focusing on partnership taxation
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university
CPA or J.D. / LL.M.
Knowledge of a broad range of partnership tax matters
Ability to execute and lead multiple engagements and client service teams
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, etc.), research, and writing.
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