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Anthony Visate Loh

Deloitte Thailand

AIA Sathorn Tower, 23rd – 27th Floor

11/1 South Sathorn Road

Yannawa, Sathorn

Bangkok, 10120

Thailand

Tel: +66 (0) 2034 0112

Fax: +66 (0) 2034 0100

Email: aloh@deloitee.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/th

Anthony Visate Loh, Deloitte Thailand, has more than 19 years of experience in the provision of tax and transfer pricing services in Thailand as well as overseas. During this period, he spent three years in New York as a tax partner assisting US-based multinational companies with outbound investments into Asia Pacific. He is a specialist in business model optimisation (BMO) planning and multi-jurisdictional restructuring in Asia Pacific, and has dealt with the tax systems of countries such as the US, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Anthony returned to Thailand in 2010 to resume his international tax services and transfer pricing practice leadership role in another Big 4 firm and also took on that firm's Myanmar tax practice leadership role.

In December 2013, Anthony joined Deloitte as a tax partner to further enhance the eminence of the firm's tax practice in Southeast Asia, especially in Thailand and Myanmar. Anthony works with clients in a broad range of sectors and is particularly familiar with those in the consumer products; consumer electronics; retail, wholesale; trading; automotive; packaging; real estate; information technologies and systems; energy and telecommunication industries. He has lived in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and the US, and is fluent in Thai, English, Chinese, and Malay.

Anthony holds a bachelor of commerce degree in finance, management, and accounting from Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia.

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