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Kevin Glenn joins King & Spalding

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King & Spalding has appointed Kevin Glenn as a corporate tax partner within the corporate, finance and investments group in the firm’s New York office.

Glenn is a licensed CPA and a lawyer. He joins the firm from KPMG, where he was the partner-in-charge of US international tax and was the senior technical partner in the firm’s national tax practice, serving the accountancy’s largest clients on complex cross-border tax issues.

He has spent more than 25 years at KPMG, advising on post-merger integrations, foreign tax credits, supply chain planning and repatriation of foreign cash holdings, which has become a huge matter for multinational companies in wake of the US tax reform.

He has also advised global clients in many sectors including consumer products, financial institutions and the automotive, retail and pharmaceutical.

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