Based in the DC office of Washington National Tax, Kim is KPMG’s Inbound Tax Leader. In this role, she advises clients on inbound and outbound / “sandwich” international tax planning and controversy issues, including cash management and deferral planning, cross border payments and withholding, and inbound investment planning. Kim is also KPMG’s national leader on BEPS Country-by-Country (“CbyC”) reporting. She has published numerous articles on FATCA as well as BEPS CbyC Reporting, and is a regular speaker on both topics.
Kim was an adjunct professor with the Georgetown University Law Center for 11 years, teaching a mix of international tax classes for Georgetown’s L.L.M. program, including an advanced international tax seminar and a cross-border tax controversy workshop. Kim regularly writes and speaks outside of the academic setting. She is a featured speaker on cross-border information reporting, tax controversy, and cloud taxation, at the Tax Executives Institute Audit & Appeals Seminar, Annual Conference, Mid-Year Conference, and European workshops (2011 through present). Kim is the lead author on an annual periodical, “Select U.S. Federal Income Tax Consequences in European Joint Venture,” for PLI’s Tax Planning for Domestic & Foreign Partnerships, LLCs, Joint Ventures, & Other Strategic Alliances (2006-present). Kim serves on the GW-IRS International Tax Conference Advisory Board and is a regular moderator and panelist for conference sessions. The current chair of the ABA Tax Section Committee on Foreign Activities of U.S. Taxpayers, Kim also leads the Tax Section’s Cloud Taxation working group.
Prior to joining KPMG, Ms. Majure was a partner in the D.C. law firm, Miller & Chevalier, where she provided clients with foreign structuring and tax planning services as well as representation in IRS audit and appeals proceedings.
LL.M. (Taxation), Georgetown University Law Center
J.D., Harvard Law School
B.A., University of Virginia