Queensland Trade and Investment Commissioner – Korea
(MARKET COVERAGE: Korea)
Daniel Kim commenced as commissioner for Korea in August 2015. He has more than 15 years’ experience advising a broad range of Asian investors on how to plan, execute and achieve their strategic and commercial objectives in Australia. Daniel has also helped a number of Australian-based corporate, SME and government clients to identify and capitalise on opportunities arising in and from Asia.
Prior to his appointment as commissioner, Daniel had an 18-year career at KPMG in Deal Advisory. He was KPMG Australia’s Head of Korea Business Practice and advised on some of the landmark cross-border deals in the Australia-Korea corridor.
Daniel is a board member of the AKBC (Australia-Korea Business Council) and AustCham (Australian Chamber of Commerce) Korea.
He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce from The University of Queensland.