Featured Speaker

Mr. Gregory Homen

Gregory is a seasoned Partner at KPMG's Dallas office, with over 18 years of extensive experience in delivering tax compliance and consulting services. His diverse industry portfolio spans the upstream, midstream, and downstream oil and gas sectors, industrial manufacturing, consumer products, and technology.
Beyond his client service delivery responsibilities, Gregory holds the position of AI Transformation Program Lead for KPMG's US tax practice. In this pivotal role, he spearheads the development and integration of GenAI technologies into the firm's tax practices. His leadership ensures that KPMG remains at the cutting edge of the industry's digital transformation.
Gregory also plays a crucial role in the Client, Growth, and Optimization (CGO) group at KPMG. This group is instrumental in streamlining processes and providing data insights to enhance seller effectiveness. It also plays a pivotal role in transforming the front office, a key aspect of KPMG's long-term growth strategy.
Professional and Industry Experience
Gregory's professional journey includes significant experience in client engagement and management for a variety of corporate and pass-through entities, as well as specialized accounting methods and credit services. To ensure success in his roles, Gregory adopts a two-step approach: first gaining a comprehensive understanding of the business fundamentals, then focusing on delivering top-tier tax compliance and consulting services. His areas of expertise include:

  • Identifying accounting methods and credit opportunities to generate temporary and/or permanent differences. This includes R&D credit, meals and entertainment deductions, accounting methods, repairs, and maintenance, among others.


  • Conducting accelerated tax depreciation and repairs/maintenance review projects.


  • Developing and implementing technology tools to enhance processes and team efficiency. This includes the use of cognitive automation and digital labor.


  • Providing assistance in IRS examinations, including audit and appeals.


  • What's News in Tax – "Research and Development Prototypes Set Sail with District Court" May 3, 2010


  • AICPA – The Tax Advisor "District Court Allows R&D Credit for Prototype Costs" June 2010