KPMG’s US Tax practice in Europe 

The US tax landscape is complex, multilayered, challenging to comply with and subject to almost continuous change. How a multinational enterprise navigates this shifting landscape can be one of the more daunting and complex business issues it faces.
US Tax practice

Whether you are a multinational, financial institution, fund or investor with US operations or investments, the US Tax practice in Europe, (based in the London office of KPMG’s UK member firm and the Paris office of KPMG’s US member firm) offers a wide range of leading US tax-related planning, operational tax and compliance and provision services.

A few words from our International Tax Team

Fred Gander

Fred Gander, U.S. Partner in Charge, Europe and the Middle East

Jennifer Sponzilli

Jennifer Sponzilli, Lead Seconded U.S. Tax Partner

Julio Castro

Julio Castro, Seconded U.S. Tax Partner

The US Tax practice in Europe can help

The US Tax practice (PDF 419 KB) in Europe‘s professionals can help you identify and address complex international tax challenges and help achieve cross-border tax efficiencies, mitigate cross-border tax risks, and resolve disputes.


The US Tax practice in Europe is a rapidly expanding team of four US tax partners (some of whom are seconded to the UK member firm) supported by more than 30 tax professionals including three Washington National Tax (WNT) professionals, from the US member firm, who can provide real time review of complex US tax issues. The US Tax practice in Europe is a readily accessible resource on US tax law—whether it is tax advice, operational tax, tax compliance, or financial statement provision services you are seeking.


With more than 70 years collective experience in the partner group alone; the US Tax practice in Europe is well placed to assist clients with US tax strategies and execution consistent with their business models and goals.

Representative US tax-related services

The US Tax practice in Europe can assist multinational businesses with tax services in the following core areas:

  • Accounting for income taxes
  • Fund and alternative investments
  • Taxation of derivatives and complex financial instruments
  • Risk and tax controversy assistance
  • Tax-exempt investors into the United States
  • Outbound investment from the United States
  • Inbound investment into the United States
  • FATCA and other information reporting regimes
  • Mergers and acquisitions

The KPMG difference in Europe

Global reach
Response time
Technical specialization
Cost effectiveness
Continuity factor

To find out how we can help your business with cross-border US tax issues, contact us now.

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Fred Gander

US Partner in Charge – Europe and Middle East - Washington National Tax


Jennifer Sponzilli

Lead, Seconded US Tax Partner


Julio Castro

Seconded US Tax Partner - Washington National Tax


Larry Lemoine

Lead, US Tax Partner 


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