KPMG adds to US tax practice
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KPMG adds to US tax practice

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KPMG has made seven new hires in its US tax practice.

Former EY executive director, Megan Fitzsimmons, will be managing director of the mergers & acquisitions tax practice, David Jarczyk will be principal in the tax innovation group and Katherine Avery will join as principal in the global mobility services group based in Silicon Valley.

Former partner at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, Daniel Paulos, will act as principal in the New York financial services asset management group and James Moore will be managing director of KPMG’s economic and valuation services group based in Virginia.

The firm has also made two partner hires: Anthony Capela and Michael Pezzetti. Capela will be based in the Boston office as partner in the asset management – alternative investments group and Pezzetti, a former partner at Deloitte Tax, will join the international tax practice in the Detroit office.

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