Tom is a Principal in the International Corporate Services practice of KPMG Chicago’s Washington National Tax. He specializes in structuring the operations of multinational corporations.
Tom focuses on structuring the operations of multinational corporations, primarily in the industrial and consumer market sectors. Tom has led a large number of international supply chain redesign projects for U.S.-based multinationals involving the establishment of regional entrepreneur companies. He also has significant experience advising non-U.S. multinationals on issues related to the establishment and operation of their U.S. businesses, including the application of treaty provisions, the U.S. effectively connected income rules, and the U.S. interest-stripping rules. Tom has considerable experience in tax controversy matters, particularly those involving transfer pricing. He has represented taxpayers before IRS Appeals throughout the US, in the US Tax Court, and in competent authority proceedings. Tom served as the United States reporter on business restructurings to the 2011 International Fiscal Association World Congress. He has spoken at many of the world’s leading tax forums, including the George Washington/IRS Tax Conference, the University of Chicago Tax Conference, several national and international meetings of the International Fiscal Association, the American Bar Association’s annual meeting, and the Tax Executive Institute’s annual meeting.
Tom is recognized in the Tax Law Review’s Guide to the World’s Leading Tax Advisors, Guide to the World’s Leading Transfer Pricing Advisors, and Tax Controversy Leaders Guide.