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Thailand

Wanna Suteerapornchai

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Deloitte Thailand

AIA Sathorn Tower, 23rd – 27th Floor

11/1 South Sathorn Road

Yannawa, Sathorn

Bangkok, 10120

Thailand


Tel: +66 2034 0144

Fax: +66 2034 0100

Email: wsuteerapornchai@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/th

Wanna Suteerapornchai, Deloitte Thailand, is a tax partner in the tax and legal services business unit in Bangkok office with 19 years of experience specialising in providing international, M&A, controversy and business taxation services.

Wanna works closely with multinational companies to provide tax advice in the areas of inbound/outbound investments, involving various cross-border transactions. Wanna specialises in advising international and domestic clients who are investing in Thailand in financial services, real estate and construction, energy and utilities, upstream oil and gas, manufacturing, trading, etc.

Wanna has intense Thailand tax knowledge and experience in respect of tax controversy. She serves a number of clients in tax controversy services driven by general tax investigations on the business operation, tax audits via summons, claiming of tax refunds, utilising tax incentives (e.g. M&A), dissolution and liquidation, etc.

Tax controversy services include tax reviews prior to claiming of tax refund, tax advice, e.g. identifying tax positions/potential exposures, co-ordination and correspondence with various Thai tax authorities, assisting in obtaining private letter rulings from the Thailand Revenue Department, and preparation and submission of an appeal to the board of appeal committee, etc.

Wanna has been engaged by both buyers and sellers to actively assist in numerous M&A deals. Her abilities include providing the wide range of services throughout the lifecycle of an M&A project, e.g. tax advisory on pre- and post-M&A, tax due diligence, structuring, sale and purchase, post-merger integration, tax controversy, etc.

Wanna is leading the M&A and financial service tax at Deloitte Thailand.

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