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Minh Bui

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Deloitte Vietnam

12A Floor, Vinaconex Tower

34 Lang Ha Street

Dong Da District

Hanoi

Vietnam


Tel: +84 (24) 6 288 3568

Fax: +84 (24) 6 288 5678

Email: mbui@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/vn

Minh Bui, Deloitte Vietnam, has more than 16 years of professional practice in tax and business advisory services in Vietnam. Tax advisory and controversy effective planning and in-depth knowledge in the Vietnamese taxation system are of his prominence. He has worked with clients and tax professionals on a global scale. Minh also has an extensive network with different levels of tax and relevant government authorities in Vietnam such as the Government Office, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Finance, General Department of Taxation, General Department of Customs, and provincial tax and customs authorities.

Minh has been serving several of the world's leading industrial products and services and real estate companies with their first entry into Vietnam and later aggressive business expansion marking certain milestones in their success.

Minh was previously the leader of the Japanese service group and is currently leader of the Korean service group of Deloitte Vietnam. He has contributed significantly to the development of the Vietnamese taxation system through his public speeches, quality articles, and interviews.

His most recent key successes assisting large foreign investors in Vietnam include securing nearly $20 million in tax refunds, successful petitions to secure additional Vietnamese tax incentives for two manufacturing companies, and securing nearly $60 million in land use fee reductions for one of largest foreign real estate developers in Vietnam.

Minh holds a bachelor's degree in accounting and finance (Vietnam) and is a certified accountant by CPA Australia and CPA Vietnam. He is a fellow member of CPA Australia (FCPA); member of Vietnam Tax Consultants' Association (VTCA), member of Korean Chamber of Business in Vietnam (Korcham) and also a member of the Tax Working Group of Vietnam Business Forum (VBF).

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Tuan Bui

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Deloitte Vietnam

12A Floor, Vinaconex Tower

34 Lang Ha Street

Dong Da District

Hanoi

Vietnam


Tel: +84 (24) 6 288 3568

Fax: +84 (24) 6 288 5678

Email: tbui@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/vn

Tuan Bui, Deloitte Vietnam, has been practicing audit, tax and, business advisory in Vietnam for more than 23 years, including two years in the US.

Tuan has held partner roles serving large and prestigious multinational clients in all types on Vietnam taxation. He specialises in VAT, duties exemption and refunds, customs and indirect tax reviews and advisory, and indirect tax audits for large-scale projects. Tuan's specialisation covers industries such as energy and resources, technology, media and telecommunications, manufacturing and real estate.

Tuan has been recognised as the leading tax professional of indirect tax. He is the leader of the Chinese service group of Deloitte Vietnam. He has contributed significantly to the development of Vietnamese taxation system through his public speeches, articles, and interviews.

Tuan has worked with many different levels of tax and relevant government agencies in Vietnam. He also has rich experience in working with tax offices, tax professionals and clients in numerous other countries.

Tuan represents Deloitte to provide comments on draft laws and regulations on tax and customs. He has very strong connections and relationships with the Ministry of Finance, General Department of Customs, General Department of Taxation and their lower authorities in major cities and seaports in Vietnam.

His most recent key successes assisting large foreign investors in Vietnam include saving more than $1 million on duty collection for a manufacturing company, two cases that successfully protected the transaction value for group trading companies, and securing nearly $3 mlllion in VAT refunds for a large Japanese trading company.

Tuan holds a bachelor's degree in accounting and finance (Vietnam) and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Hawaii (US). He is a certified accountant by CPA Australia and CPA Vietnam.

He is member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, Hong Kong Business Association Vietnam (HKBAV), Vietnam Tax Consultants' Association (VTCA) and the VTCA Board.

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Christopher Marjoram

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PwC Vietnam

8th Floor, Saigon Tower

29 Le Duan Street

District 1

Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam


Tel: +84 8 3824 0118

Mobile: +84 (0) 90 230 2909

Email: christopher.marjoram@vn.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Christopher Marjoram is a partner in the tax and legal services practice in PwC Vietnam and is one of the country's leading tax dispute practitioners.

He has extensive experience in tax dispute resolution and has advised on numerous high-profile tax disputes at both a local and national level, offering insight on matters ranging from dispute resolution strategies through to government liaison, negotiation and settlement.

Chris has previously held roles in the UK and China and advises clients on a wide range of tax matters across different sectors. Having specialised in mergers and acquisitions, international tax and reorganisations for almost 20 years, he is at the forefront of advice on international issues such as transaction-based taxes, VAT on the export of goods and services, treaty claims and transfer pricing disputes.

Chris works closely with colleagues across all of PwC Vietnam's service lines including PwC Vietnam's market leading tax disputes and government liaison practice.

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Hoang Phan Vu

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Deloitte Vietnam

18th Floor, Times Square Building

57-69F Dong Khoi Street

District 1

Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam


Tel: +84 (28) 3521 4065

Fax: +84 (28) 39100750

Email: hoangphan@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/vn

Hoang Phan Vu, Deloitte Vietnam, is a tax partner leading the financial services practice and tax controversy.

Hoang has more than 20 years of experience in tax compliance, tax planning, tax controversy, finance, and business advisory services to meet the needs of multinational enterprises operating in Vietnam in a wide variety of industries such as manufacturing, FMCG, banking and financial services, and telecom.

Hoang has maintained a close and long-term working relationship with various tax authorities in Vietnam, both central and provincial, by frequently sharing knowledge, experiences and information about international tax practice.

Hoang actively contributes comments and recommendations to the Ministry of Finance regarding draft tax regulations via the Vietnam Business Forum, VTCA and other organisations.

Hoang regularly speaks at Tax Dialogue events, alongside a representative of the Ministry of Finance and leaders of the Ho Chi Minh City tax authority.

Hoang is the vice president of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants member committee in Vietnam and is admitted to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Hoang is a member of CPA Australia and CPA Vietnam. Hoang holds an MBA degree (Beta Gamma Sigma recognition) from the University of Hawai'i Shidler College of Business and an advance diploma of international tax from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK).

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Huong Vu

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Ernst & Young Vietnam Ltd

8/F, CornerStone Building

16 Phan Chu Trinh Street

Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

Vietnam


Tel: +84 24 3831 5100

Cell: +84 903 432 791

Email: huong.vu@vn.ey.com

Website: www.ey.com/vn

Huong Vu is a partner in tax and advisory services including the Japanese business service desk and Korean business service desk of EY Vietnam. She is also the office managing partner of the Hanoi office and EY's Hanoi tax leader.

She has more than 20 years of experience in tax and regulatory consulting in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Huong Vu is a member of CPA Australia, member of the standing committee of the Vietnam Tax Consultants' Association (VTCA), and deputy director of the Vietnam CFO Club. She is also a lecturer in ACCA tax courses, a frequent keynote speaker and writer on tax issues at the Vietnam Business Forum and various seminars and publications of the Vietnam Tax Consultants' Association, Vietnam Investment Review, Securities Investment magazine, Vietnam Economic Times, Vietnam National Television VTV1, VTV3, etc.

Huong has particularly in-depth understanding of Vietnam's legal system and various tax and investment regulations. She leads a team of experienced and multi-disciplinary professionals in servicing clients, focusing on foreign invested companies. She is involved in:

  • Tax review, tax controversy, tax litigation support;

  • Tax due diligence and international tax structuring advice for cross-border transactions in areas such as tax effective acquisition, transfer pricing planning, reorganisations, mergers and acquisitions, etc.;

  • Inbound investments including market entry, exit, business expansion, negotiating for tax incentives with the government to achieve favourable outcomes for clients;

  • Tax compliance and advisory on corporate income tax, value added tax, foreign contractor tax, import – export taxes; and

  • Human capital services, especially expatriate tax services for Vietnam encompassing global mobility compliance, tax planning and cross-border advisory for a broad base of foreign companies doing business in Vietnam.

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Frederick Burke

Baker McKenzie

Nguyen Huong Giang

PwC

Richard J Irwin

PwC

Tram Le Bao

PwC

Huu Phuoc Nguyen

Phuoc & Partners

Thanh Vinh Nguyen

Baker McKenzie

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