KPMG LLP announced that it has formed a U.S.-based India Tax Center of Excellence to assist and advise companies that have, or are planning, operations in India. The center will also provide tax services to India-based companies with investment interests in the United States.

The Big Four firm has hired Dharmesh Pandya, who worked in a similar position at Ernst & Young, to head the center. Pandya will be based in KPMG's New York office and will be responsible for aiding multinational clients as they establish cross-border operations in collaboration with KPMG's other international Tax Centers of Excellence. The centers, most formed in June 2000, work together to look at tax planning from a multiple country approach.

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