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Sunyoung Kim

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Sunyoung (Sunny) Kim is a senior tax partner at Deloitte Anjin's global tax practice. Sunny, who has close to 20 years of experience at both accounting and law firms, has provided various types of tax consulting services for many multinational companies in Korea as well as the US and European multinational companies. She is specialised in international tax issues, tax efficient restructuring, cross-border M&As and tax audit defence and appeals, taking an active leading role in the assignments that required long hours, tight deadlines, effective teamwork and liaisons with clients and other professional advisers.

She served as a committee member at the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, advising on the legislation of partnership taxation, consolidated tax return system, and tax free reorganisations since 2005. She is currently a member of the national tax ruling committee and tax development committee of the Ministry of Strategy and Finance. She has earned a PhD from Seoul National University School of Law and a Masters of Law in Taxation from NYU School of Law. She is also a licensed certified public accountant


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