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KPMG: Five New Additions To Team
August 27, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
KPMG is continuing its investment in its Alternative Investment Funds practice by bringing on board several new partners and managing directors to bolster the firm’s initiative into the growing sector.
Phillip W. DeSalvo, Senior Manager
Phillip, a senior manager for tax, has experience working with leading private equity investment firms and their portfolio companies in connection with all aspects of transaction investigation, structuring, execution, post-closing integration and other matters.
Michael T. Richards, Partner
Michael has more than 22 years of professional finance and mergers & acquisition experience and recently joined KPMG as a partner to lead KPMG’s Transaction Services Practice on the West Coast, focused on private equity clients.
Angela Yu, Partner
Angela Yu joined KPMG as a partner for KPMG’s U.S. Real Estate Tax Practice in the New York office. Prior to her current role, she was an international tax partner with KPMG’s Washington National Tax Practice and Vancouver U.S. Tax Planning Practice.
Laura Thompson, Managing Director
Laura joined KPMG as a managing director in the International Tax Practice. Based in Boston, Laura focuses on the financial services industry, with an emphasis on asset management and fund families in the Boston and New York areas.
Ted Carreiro, Partner
Ted joined KPMG LLP in June of 2012 as a federal tax partner within the Alternative Investment Funds practice in Boston.
Globalization, as well as evolving regulations in the U.S., Asia and Europe is presenting significant challenges for alternative investment funds as they face a slew of new reporting requirements and disclosure rules called for under such regulations as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and Form PF.