Kimberly Wyatt is a highly experienced tax attorney with extensive expertise in developing domestic and global tax strategies and structuring deals, as well as in tax compliance and auditing matters. Kim excels at working with management teams to identify tax opportunities, and to comply with existing tax planning, reporting obligations and risk management requirements. She prides herself in maintaining high levels of communication to ensure high level outcomes.
Kim specializes in dealing with tax issues common to corporations and investment partnerships, which include general partner incentives, tax-exempt investor sensitivities, foreign investment in U.S. real property and U.S. trade or business concerns for foreign investors. Kim has also served as lead tax counsel on U.S. and U.K. IPOs.
Before joining the team at Exall+Wood, Kim spent nearly a decade with Hudson Advisors LP, a global registered investment advisor responsible for managing more than $60 billion of assets for the Lone Star Funds, where she most recently served as principal tax counsel for all North American investments.
Kim was recently interviewed on Business Innovators Radio Network on Buying and Selling Property and Corporate Tax. Listen to Kim address some of the many issues arising from recent changes in the tax law by clicking the link below.
About Exall+Wood’s Tax Practice
Exall+Wood counsels clients in federal, state, corporate and partnership tax matters, as well as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures of their business, choice of entity planning with the formation, operation and disposition of partnerships and limited liability companies. Our continuous, expert tax counsel applied at every stage of business formation and growth helps minimize costly tax issues later.
We also advise business and individual tax payers with tax concerns common to corporations and investment partnerships. These concerns include general partner incentives, tax-exempt investor sensitivities, foreign investment in U.S. real property and U.S. trade or business concerns for foreign investors.