Kim joined KPMG’s audit practice in 1995 and has continued her entire career within the firm having worked in a number of KPMG offices around the world including Silicon Valley, London and Sydney. Kim was admitted to the partnership in 2007. Her role within the Australian firm’s technical financial reporting group requires Kim to be at the forefront of developments in financial reporting and Australian regulatory requirements - to assist companies and KPMG engagement teams with identifying and resolving implementation issues associated with changes in reporting requirements. Kim regularly presents internally and externally on emerging accounting and regulatory issues. Kim advises across all reporting subject matter with a particular emphasis on revenue recognition, tax effect accounting, employee benefits, share-based payments, and Australian financial reporting regulatory requirements.
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) – University of Sydney
Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand