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Colin Farrell

PwC Hong Kong

21/F Edinburgh Tower, The Landmark

15 Queen's Road Central

Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2289 3800

Fax: +852 2289 9888

Email: colin.farrell@hk.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Colin is a partner of PwC Hong Kong. He was brought up in Nigeria, and has 35 years of professional experience in Hong Kong and London, with the last 22 being in Hong Kong. He has been named, for the fourth time in succession, as one of the pre-eminent tax practitioners in Asia by ITR's Guide to the World's Leading Tax Advisers. Colin is similarly recognised, for the second time in succession, as a leading tax dispute resolution expert in Hong Kong by ITR's Tax Controversy Leaders guide (having previously been recognised by ITR as "among the firm's leading lights for tax controversy in Asia"). Colin has also been twice recognised as one of the expert transfer pricing practitioners in Hong Kong by the Guide to the World's Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers.

In Hong Kong, Colin services both local and regional clients, who range from individuals to the major MNCs. He regularly acts as general global/regional tax coordinator for a number of these, and as global/regional coordinator for major due diligences. He has also headed the Hong Kong transfer pricing team.

Colin's work experience has included secondments to government and to commerce, significant deal experience, leading significant system design and implementation projects in cross-territory (on time and on budget while delivering all agreed outputs) and other formal major change management leadership responsibilities. Consequently, he is able to bring an unusually wide perspective, commercial as well as technical and policy, to his clients.

In addition to the above, Colin successfully set up and headed our business process outsourcing group in Hong Kong, and has spent time in our global human resources services group.

Colin has an MA in economics from Cambridge University, and is a fellow of the HKICPA, ICAEW and TIHK. He is a certified tax adviser, a successful external author, and an international tax examiner. Outside the work area, he is currently the Legislative Council accountancy functional constituency member's representative on the Joint Liaison Committee on Taxation, a twice-appointed member of the HKSARG's Public Affairs Forum, and a Board of Advisers member of International Care Ministries.

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Kaiser Kwan

PwC Hong Kong

21/F Edinburgh Tower, The Landmark

15 Queen's Road Central

Hong Kong

Tel : +852 2289 3868

Fax : +852 2289 9888

Email : kaiser.kwan@hk.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Having joined PwC Hong Kong in April 2012, Kaiser Kwan is a tax partner-in-charge of the field audit and investigation team in PwC Hong Kong. He commenced his career with the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department, followed by more than 20 years of experience in Big 4 firms. He is a seasoned tax professional, with extensive experience in operational restructuring and cross-border tax advisory services. Since 1998, he has focused on the expertise in tax controversy. Leading a specialised team, he has helped many companies in different industries which run from sole proprietors to multinational companies and cover different industry categories, such as financial services and funds, manufacturing, retail chain, as well as fashion and jewellery business, in settling their tax field audit investigation. Over the years, he has developed a unique profile as a highly respected tax controversy expert in the Hong Kong market and has assisted many renowned companies to settle their disputes with the tax authorities.

He is a fellow member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. International Tax Review (ITR) named him as one of the top tax advisers in Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland in 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2010. ITR also named him as a leading individual in Hong Kong in cross-border structuring in World Tax 2005. He was named as one of the world's leading tax advisers as featured in the 2007 Legal Media Group Expert Guides publication. He participates in public seminars and forums organised by professional organisations and business associations on cross-border taxation, field audit and tax investigation matters. He also regularly contributes articles on Hong Kong taxation issues and is frequently interviewed by the financial press in Hong Kong.

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Yvonne Law Shing Mo-han

Deloitte China

35/F One Pacific Place

88 Queensway

Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2852 1667

Fax: +852 2520 6205

Email: yvolaw@deloitte.com.hk

Yvonne Law is a partner in Deloitte China responsible for the eminence building and business development of the firm. Previously, she was the partner-in-charge of the business tax, field audit and tax investigation groups in Hong Kong.

Yvonne is a founding member, past president and member of the Council of the Association of Women Accountants, Hong Kong and the past chairman of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants Taxation Committee.

Her public appointments include chairman of the hospital governing committee of Shatin Hospital, a member of the Council and chairman of the audit committee of HK Polytechnic University, vice-chairman of the CreateSmart Initiative's vetting committee, a member of the Corruption Prevention Advisory Committee of the Independent Commission Against Corruption, Energy Advisory Committee of the Environment Bureau, Antiquities Advisory Board and advisory committee on Revitalisation of Historic Buildings. She is also a member of the 10th and 11th Jiangsu Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in the mainland and recently became an adviser to the Our Hong Kong Foundation.

Her previous appointments include: a part-time member of the HKSAR Government's think tank, the Central Policy Unit (2002-2004); a member of the Commission on Strategic Development (2005); and an elected member to represent the accountancy sub-sector in the Election Committee to elect the HKSAR Chief Executive (2000, 2006 and 2012).

Yvonne was presented the Hong Kong Polytechnic University's (PolyU) Outstanding Accountancy Alumni Award (2000/2001) and PolyU Outstanding Alumni (2007). She has also been named by International Tax Review as one of the leading tax advisers in Hong Kong & Mainland from 2001 to 2014. In 2006, she was named one of the National Hundred Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs by China Association of Women Entrepreneurs. In 2012 to 2014, she was named by Legal Media Group as one of the world's leading women in business law.

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