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Ming Chang

Deloitte Taiwan

12th Floor, Hung-Tai Plaza

156 Min Sheng East Road, Sec. 3

Taipei 105

Taiwan, ROC

Tel: +886 2 25459988 ext.6828

Fax: +886 2 2545-9966 ext. 6828

Mobile: +886 928 098739

Email: mingchang@deloitte.com.tw

Ming Chang, Deloitte Taiwan, is a tax partner with 17 years of experience providing direct and indirect tax consulting and tax compliance services. Ming provides integrated consultation and planning services relating to in and outbound cross-border investments and transactions, M&A, transfer pricing, cross-border leasing, and Taiwan direct and indirect tax planning services. Ming is the transfer pricing and indirect tax leader for Deloitte Taiwan.

He has been deeply involved in cross-border customs and VAT projects and has participated in cross-border transfer pricing benchmark analysis and documentation projects in various countries.

Ming has extensive experience in advice on multinational companies' setups in Taiwan, and is skilled in helping to procure advance rulings on specific businesses or transactions for direct tax and indirect tax purposes. He can provide multinationals with integrated tax and statutory consulting services for their Taiwanese operations.

Ming has helped getting the Taiwan government's approvals of various local tax incentives.

In addition to being a certified public accountant and a certified internal auditor in Taiwan, he is a certified internal auditor in the US. He holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Fu Jen Catholic University.

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