Sophia Boutilier

Tax Partner, KPMG LLP

Sophia Boutilier has more than 16 years of experience providing international tax planning, transfer pricing, and tax controversy advice to multinational organizations related to cross-border transactions and on-going business operations.

Prior to joining KPMG, Boutilier was the Director of U.S. Tax Planning and Transfer Pricing at Keysight Technologies, the original Hewlett Packard business. Prior to joining Keysight Technologies, Sophia was the Tax Director of AIG’s global Property & Casualty insurance division responsible for tax planning, strategic transfer pricing and tax controversy in over 90 countries. Prior to AIG, Sophia was a Tax Associate at Baker & McKenzie’s Silicon Valley office where she advised high tech and biotech companies.

Boutilier assists multinational organizations in the following areas of international tax:

  • identifying, developing, and implementing global tax planning and tax risk mitigation strategies;
  • international restructuring for high tech, biotech and insurance companies;
  • U.S. international tax planning (e.g., Subpart F, GILTI, FDII, BEAT, foreign tax credit);
  • transfer pricing policy setting;
  • global IP planning and R&D cost sharing arrangements;
  • cash repatriation and foreign tax credit planning;
  • global tax dispute resolution, including advance pricing agreements; and
  • M&A tax due diligence and post-acquisition integration planning and implementation.

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