KPMG and Thomson Reuters

KPMG and Thomson Reuters tailor our approach to help meet your tax, trade, and transfer pricing needs

Increased efficiency. Reduced risk. Improved compliance. Delivering these benefits to clients operating in U.S. and global markets is the cornerstone of KPMG LLP and Thomson Reuters (Tax & Accounting) Inc. (Thomson Reuters) nine-year alliance relationship. Consulting, integration, and implementation services from KPMG are coupled with Thomson Reuters ONESOURCETM—a leading software platform for addressing the complexities of tax and compliance—to provide clients with well-established practices and leading automation for direct tax, indirect tax, trade and customs, and transfer pricing. As a Diamond Certified Implementer, KPMG can help companies take advantage of any or all of the ONESOURCE suite of tools, and we have done so more than any other implementer. Both companies provide experienced resources, global reach and operations, and an emphasis on strategic thinking so you can benefit from:

  • Time savings
  • Reduced costs
  • Enhanced controls and governance
  • Limited risk of audit and fraud exposure
  • Improved resource utilization
  • Faster cycle and close times.

With joint collaboration and innovation, KPMG and Thomson Reuters tailor our approach to help meet your unique tax, trade, and transfer pricing needs.

Unique tax challenges deserve customized solutions.
Learn more about KPMG and Thomson Reuters' tailored approach to help meet your tax, trade, and transfer pricing needs.


Steve Fortier

Steve Fortier

Chief Operating Officer, Tax, KPMG US

+1 312-665-1416

Niren Saldanha

Niren Saldanha

Partner, Indirect Tax, KPMG US

+1 212-954-3835

Douglas Zuvich

Douglas Zuvich

Partner, Trade and Customs, KPMG US

+1 312-665-1022

Richard Cimino

Richard Cimino

Partner, Tax, KPMG US

+1 336-433-7085

To learn more, visit Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE.

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