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Taiwan

Robert T Chen

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Deloitte Taiwan

12th Floor, Hung Tai Financial Plaza

No 156 Min Sheng East Road, Sec. 3

Taipei 10596

Taiwan, ROC


Tel: +886 (2) 2545 9988 ext. 1211

Fax: +886 (2) 2545 9966 ext.1211

Email: robchen@deloitte.com.tw

Website: www.deloitte.com

Robert T Chen, Deloitte Taiwan, is a tax partner in the Taipei office. He joined Deloitte & Touche in 1995 and has served both audit and tax functions. He has extensive experiences in providing various domestic tax services including corporate tax consulting, tax controversy, tax preference application, individual tax, family tax planning, estate and gift tax planning. In addition, Robert is well-experienced in advising on multinational companies' setups in Taiwan.

His experience spans multiple industries including financial services, manufacturing, and consumer products. He is also experienced in assisting clients to apply for VAT refunds and had several successful cases in the past few years.

Robert holds a master's degree in accounting from the National Taipei University in Taiwan and he is a certified public accountant, certified internal auditor and certified securities specialist. Robert is a member of the Taipei City CPA Association and a member of the Taiwan Provincial CPA Association.

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Thomas Chen

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Deloitte Taiwan

14th Floor, Hung Tai Financial Plaza

156 Min Sheng East Road, Sec3

Taipei 10596

Taiwan, ROC


Tel: +886 22545 9988; ext 5467

Email: thomaschen@deloitte.com.tw

Website: www.deloitte.com

Thomas Chen, Deloitte Taiwan, is a partner of the tax division. He also is the service line leader of tax controversy, with more than 20 years of experience in tax advisory and tax controversy, focusing on M&A tax planning and deals with cases of tax controversy on goodwill amortisation.

His experience spans across multiple industries, including financial services, manufacturing, and life sciences and healthcare. He provides main services on tax advisory services in relation to mergers and acquisitions, investment consultation and inbound tax issues consultation, tax compliance, transfer pricing, and tax controversy. He is very experienced in helping clients through each stage of the tax controversy, including re-examination applications, tax appeals with the Ministry of Finance, filing tax law suits with related courts, and even filing petitions for the interpretation of the Constitution.

Thomas holds a bachelor's degree in finance from the National Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan and he is a certified public accountant. Thomas is a member of the Taipei City CPA Association, a member of the Taichung City CPA Association, and a member of the Taiwan Provincial CPA Association.

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Kevin Lai

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Deloitte Taiwan

3rd Floor, China Steel Building

88 Cheng Gong 2nd Road

Kao Hsiung 80661

Taiwan, ROC


Tel: +886 (7) 530 1888; ext. 8838

Email: kevinylai@deloitte.com.tw

Website: www.deloitte.com

Kevin Lai, Deloitte Taiwan, is the partner in charge of the southern district tax services of the tax group in Taiwan. He joined the audit division of the firm in 1996 and transferred to the tax division in 2002.

He has extensive experience in providing various domestic tax services including corporate tax consulting, tax dispute resolution, applying favourable tax treatments, applying tax refunds or exemption, transfer pricing, small and medium enterprises transformation accounting consulting, M&A transaction tax planning and consultation, family property and equity planning, and had successful cases in filing petitions for the interpretation of the Constitution.

Kevin holds a master's degree in business administration (major in accounting) from Soochow University in Taiwan. He is a certified public accountant of Taiwan and China and enrolled patent attorney-in-fact in Taiwan. Kevin is a member of the Kaohsiung City CPA Association, and a member of the Taiwan Provincial CPA Association.

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Susan Lee

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Deloitte Taiwan

12F, No. 156, Min Shen East Road Sec. 3

Taipei

Taiwan, ROC


Tel: +886 (2) 2545 9988 ext. 3612

Fax: +886 (2) 4051 6888 ext.3612

Email: susanhlee@deloitte.com.tw

Website: www.deloitte.com

Susan Lee, Deloitte Taiwan, is a tax partner based in Taipei. She joined Deloitte to start her career in 2000 and has 17 years of extensive practical experiences in providing integrated tax advisory services in relation to inbound and outbound cross-border investments and transactions, mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing, tax compliance and tax controversy services.

Her experience spans multiple industries including financial services, manufacturing, consumer business, and private equity funds. Her major clients include multinational and domestic companies.

Susan is experienced in assisting clients with each stage of tax controversy in the areas of direct and indirect tax. With years of practice, she has successfully helped lots of multinational and domestic clients resolve tax disputes through tax controversy procedures, or helped the clients and the tax authority reach a consensus before the tax assessment was made.

Susan holds a master's degree in accounting from the National Taiwan University and is a certified public accountant, as well as a member of the Taipei City CPA Association.

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Robin Lin

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Deloitte Taiwan

13th Floor, Hung Tai Financial Plaza

156 Min Sheng East Road Sec3

Taipei 10596

Taiwan, ROC


Tel: +886 22545 9988; ext 7527

Email: robinlin@deloitte.com.tw

Website: www.deloitte.com

Robin Lin, Deloitte Taiwan, has been the managing partner of DTT-Attorneys-At-Law since 2006. Robin has represented his clients in administrative litigation, tax controversy, civil and criminal litigation, anti-trust law, forensic accounting, corporate investment and general corporate matters for more than 20 years.

He has extensive experience in regulatory compliance and focuses on consultation regarding tax law, the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA), Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), trade secret protections and corporate affairs. Throughout his career, Robin has participated in or spoken at many seminars and symposia of government agencies and private organisations. Robin has been a lecturer on tax controversy issues at the National Taiwan University and National Chengchi University.

Robin participated in contract negotiations for the build-operate-transfer (BOT) project for the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall, and was the legal consultant for the private participation in infrastructure management project (PPIMP).

He also assists Taiwan financial institutions, including banks and insurance companies, to implement FATCA compliance projects.

Robin works with clients operating in the financial, logistics, hotel, travel and real estate industries, regarding compliance with PIPA and establishment of PIPA management systems, and to acquire international certificates.

Robin holds a bachelor's degree in law from the National Taiwan University. He is a member of the Taipei Bar Association, a member of the Taichung Bar Association, a member of the Taiwan Administrative Association, a member of the Taiwan Insurance Law association, and a representative of the Arbitration Association of the Republic of China.

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Ye-Hsin Lin

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Deloitte Taiwan

12th Floor, Hung Tai Financial Plaza

No 156 Min Sheng East Road, Sec. 3

Taipei 10596

Taiwan, ROC


Tel: +886 (2) 2545 9988 ext. 3505

Fax: +886 (2) 2545 9966 ext.3505

Email: yehsinlin@deloitte.com.tw

Website: www.deloitte.com

Ye-Hsin Lin, Deloitte Taiwan, is a tax partner and the service line leader of domestic tax services, and specialised in tax structuring, tax consultation on transactions, transfer pricing, and tax controversy services. She has more than 25 years of experience in domestic tax and tax risk management, and has worked closely with tax authorities on policy making and dispute resolution. She has helped clients apply favourable tax treatments and close tax disputes through formal tax controversy processes or negotiation and settlement.

Ye-Hsin holds a master's degree in accounting and a bachelor's degree in public finance from the National Chengchi University in Taiwan and is a board member of Deloitte Taiwan. Ye-Hsin is a certified public accountant of Taiwan and the deputy leader of the tax regulations committee of the National Federation of Certified Public Accountant Associations of the Republic of China.

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Glendy Yuan

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Deloitte Taiwan

12th Floor, Hung Tai Financial Plaza

No 156 Min Sheng East Road, Sec. 3

Taipei 10596

Taiwan, ROC


Tel: +886 (2) 2545 9988 ext. 3371

Fax: +886 (2) 2545 9966 ext. 3371

Email: glendyyuan@deloitte.com.tw

Website: www.deloitte.com

Glendy Yuan, Deloitte Taiwan, is a tax partner and has more than 20 years of experience in tax advisory and tax controversy. She is one of the leading tax partners for Deloitte Taiwan's tax controversy services.

Her previous tenure at Arthur Andersen Taiwan included roles as a partner and senior manager of TN Soong & Co.

Glendy's main focus includes tax advisory services in relation to mergers and acquisitions, investment consultation and consultancy services for inbound tax issues, tax compliance, transfer pricing, and tax controversy.

She is very experienced in helping clients through each stage of a tax controversy, including re-examination applications, tax appeals with the Ministry of Finance, filing tax lawsuits with related courts, and even filing petitions for the interpretation of the Taiwanese Constitution.

Her experience spans multiple industries including financial services, manufacturing, consumer products, and private equity funds. In addition, Glendy understands the local tax environment and how the Taiwanese tax authorities function.

Glendy holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the National Chung Hsin University and she is a certified public accountant (CPA) and enrolled patent attorney-in-fact. Glendy is a member of the Taipei City CPA Association and Taipei City Tax Attorney Association.

She is named as one of the tax controversy leaders in the world by International Tax Review, the leading professional publication recognised by tax practitioners, in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. She was also recognised as a leading woman in tax by ITR in 2016.

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