John Gimigliano, former senior tax counsel of the House Ways and Means Committee and staff director of the Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures, has joined KPMG.

He will serve as principal in charge of KPMG’s newly formed Americas Climate Solutions and Energy Sustainability Practice, based in KPMG’s Washington, D.C., office.

In this role, Gimigliano will work with clients to help identify potential opportunities to develop their corporate sustainability strategy in a tax-efficient manner, using the alternative and clean energy tax incentives created by Congress in recent years. He will also monitor energy-related legislation and oversee the firm’s various energy credits services, including credits for alternative energy sources, and services related to industry transactions.

“As the energy sector undergoes a profound change in the next decade, our role will be not only to help our clients utilize tax incentives and comply with heightened regulation worldwide, but also to challenge them and ourselves to think ahead as they reshape their businesses, by continuing to provide thought leadership in the area of sustainability,” he said in a statement.


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