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Sue Ann Khoo joins Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills

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Sue Ann Khoo, a former partner at PwC, has joined Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills in its Sydney office as a director.

Khoo has extensive expertise in South East Asian tax matters and regularly engages with governments, the private sector and business associations to drive Australia-South East Asian initiatives.

With more than 15 years’ tax advisory experience in leading accounting firms, including four years working in Kuala Lumpur, she specialises in international and M&A tax, advising foreign multinationals on their tax and investment strategies into Australia, and Australian multinationals on their tax and investment strategies into Asia.

Khoo has also advised leading Australian and Asian organisations across different industries including real property, telecommunications, private equity, engineering and construction, and healthcare on the Australian tax implications of various acquisitions and restructures.

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