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Edmund Leow to head tax practice at Dentons Rodyk

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Former Judicial Commissioner Edmund Leow has joined Dentons Rodyk and will head the firm’s tax practice in Singapore. He has also been appointed as senior counsel.

Leow brings with him 29 years of legal experience advising multinational organisations on cross-border tax planning, transfer pricing and tax disputes. He also advises on international trade issues such as customs, WTO and free trade agreements. In addition, Leow advises high net-worth individuals, private banks and trust companies in personal tax, as well as in trust and estate planning matters.

Previously, Leow played a key role in growing the tax practice at Baker & McKenzie.

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