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KPMG Poaches Someone From EY and Issues a Press Release, Parts IV and V

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Back in March (which seems like three years ago) KPMG introduced its latest senior tax hires, which included a couple folks the Radio Station snagged from PwC and a few former EYers. Late last month, KPMG sent out another missive that included its latest round of senior tax hires, two of whom came from EY.

Here are the two announcements that KPMG sent out regarding the duo it hired away from EY (h/t Tax Grotto). First up is Kshipra Thareja:

Kshipra Thareja joins KPMG as a managing director in its Global Mobility Services practice. She has nearly 20 years of experience in global mobility strategy, policy, contingent workers and BEPS implications stemming from employee mobility. She joins KPMG from EY, where she served most recently as the Americas leader for Global Mobility Policies and Global Employment Organizations.

Kshipra Thareja

Thareja, who is based in New Jersey, spent nearly 19 years at EY, according to her LinkedIn profile, the last seven years in a senior manager role.

According to her bio on KPMG’s website, Thareja “has worked with a broad spectrum of clients ranging in size and industries advising them on all matters related to global mobility starting with program design and setup for regular expatriate assignees, business travelers, contingent workers as well as project-based workers to ongoing payroll and individual compliance.”

The other former devotee of the Black and Yellow is Darren Abadi:

Darren Vincent Abadi rejoins KPMG as a managing director in its Business Tax Services New York Financial Services Real Estate practice. He has 15 years of public accounting experience leading global tax compliance engagements for large PE, real estate, and venture capital funds, along with related fund management companies.

So, according to his LinkedIn profile, this is Abadi’s third go-round with KPMG. He started his professional career with the firm, then he left to join a consulting firm, then he boomeranged back to KPMG, and then he got hired by EY, where he spent the past eight years, most recently as a senior tax manager.

Abadi is based in NYC.

New Tax Hires At KPMG USA [Tax Grotto]

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