Kim Majure is a principal in the International Tax group of KPMG's Washington National Tax practice, focusing on inbound and outbound tax planning and controversy. Kim advises clients on international tax planning and controversy issues, including cash management and deferral planning, withholding, cross-border financing, and multinational structuring.
Kim is an adjunct professor with the Georgetown University Law Center, where she has taught a mix of international tax classes for Georgetown’s LLM program, including an advanced international tax seminar and a cross-border tax controversy workshop.
Kim has spoken at the Tax Executives Institute Audit & Appeals Seminar; the International Fiscal Association; and the American Bar Association Tax Section. She is a regular panelist for the “Inbound-Outbound Update” session at the George Washington University/Internal Revenue Service Institute on Current Issues in International Taxation
Kim is a current vice-chair of the ABA Tax Section Committee, Foreign Activities of U.S. Taxpayers, chairs an annual international tax seminar series for BNA/CITE, and is the lead author on an annual periodical, “Select U.S. Federal Income Tax Considerations in European Joint Venture,” Tax Planning for Domestic & Foreign Partnerships, LLCs, Joint Ventures, & Other Strategic Alliances (2006-present).
Before joining KPMG, Kim was a partner in the D.C. law firm, Miller & Chevalier. Kim has also served as senior manager in the national office of another Big Four firm.
Kim holds a BA degree from the University of Virginia, a JD degree from Harvard Law School, and an LLM degreen in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.