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Chan and Karimi join KPMG's alternative investment funds tax practice

KPMG has hired two experienced managing directors for its alternative investment funds tax practice in the US.

Nancy Chan will work from the Los Angeles office as a managing director – federal tax and will look to expand the alternative investment funds practice in the area. As the former tax director of Hellman and Friedman, a private equity firm, she was responsible for responsible for tax planning and research, as well as participation in tax issues relating to acquisitions, restructuring, and tax audits.

She previously had stints as a financial services executive director for asset management at Ernst and Young, where she advised hedge funds and private equity clients, and as a senior manager in KPMG's federal tax practice.

The new managing director in KPMG’s federal tax – asset management practice in New York is Nader Karimi. His task will be to expand relationships with and advise hedge fund and private equity clients, including on the implementation of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

Karimi was global head of tax and product development at Goldman Sachs Fund Services, where he supported hedge fund and private equity clients. Before that, he was the assistant vice president and global tax manager at HSBC Security Services; a project manager and an international tax consultant at Investors Bank and Trust, and a senior associate and business planning consultant at Barclays Global Investors in Tokyo and San Francisco.

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