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KPMG promotes Manal Corwin to head of Washington tax practice

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Manal Corwin has been appointed to principal-in-charge of KPMG’s Washington national tax (WNT) practice in the US.

By Alexander Hartley

After five years as leader of the firm’s international tax practice and principal-in-charge of international tax policy, Corwin will continue to advise clients and serve as the firm’s ultimate tax technical resource. She will also continue to lead the firm’s global base erosion and profit sharing network.

Corwin takes over the role from Joe Pari, who will return to private practice.

Corwin rejoined KPMG in April 2013 after serving in the US Treasury as deputy assistant secretary of tax policy for international tax affairs. She had been a principal in the WNT practice at KPMG from 2001 to 2009.

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