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Tuan Bui

Deloitte Vietnam

12A Floor, Vinaconex Tower, 34 Lang Ha Street,

Dong Da District, Hanoi

Vietnam

Tel: +84 4 6268 3568 (ext 2103)

Mobile: +84 949 62 10 29

Email: tbui@deloitte.com

Tuan Bui is a tax partner and the tax controversy leader at Deloitte Vietnam.

Tuan has more than 21 years' experience in providing audit, tax and business advisory to many multinational companies and foreign invested companies in Vietnam. He advises clients on matters including VAT, duties exemption and refund, customs and indirect tax reviews and advisory, and indirect tax audit for large scale projects.

Tuan's specialisation covers such industries as energy and resources, technology, media and telecommunications, manufacturing and real estate.

Tuan is a board member of the Vietnam Tax Consultant Association, and regularly 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 sea-ports in Vietnam.

Tuan holds an MBA from the University of Hawaii (US), and is a member of CPA Australia and CPA Vietnam

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Nguyen Huong Giang

PwC Vietnam

16th floor, Keangnam Hanoi Landmark

72, Pham Hung Road

Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi

Vietnam

Tel: +84 (4) 3946 2237

Email: n.huong.giang@vn.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Giang is a partner in the tax and legal services practice of PwC Vietnam with more than 18 years of professional experience.

Giang has been involved in advising multinational clients in Vietnam and potential investors in various areas including, but not limited to, direct investment, foreign exchange control, tax planning and compliance.

Giang spent three years working in Tokyo, where she gained experience in international taxation and transfer pricing and advised potential Japanese clients on investing in Vietnam.

Giang leads the government liaison team for PwC Vietnam. She maintains excellent relationships with key government offices to assist clients in clarifying tax and customs and legal regulations. She has extensive experience in assisting clients to manage issues with the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Industry and Trade, State Securities Commission and State Bank of Vietnam, among others. In the Ministry of Finance, she maintains frequent and strong working relationships with officials of various departments under the General Department of Taxation and General Department of Customs. Giang also has experience in tax controversy and dispute resolution.

Giang holds a bachelor's degree in banking and finance from the National Economics University, a bachelor's of arts degree from the Hanoi University and an MBA in international technology from the Asian Technology Institute in Thailand.

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Richard Irwin

PwC Vietnam

4th Floor, Saigon Tower

29 Le Duan Street

District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam

Tel: +84 903037751

Email: r.j.irwin@vn.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Richard Irwin is a partner in the tax and legal services division of PricewaterhouseCoopers' Vietnam practice.

He has more than 25 years of professional experience, including six years in the UK, where he worked in the financial services practice of a Big 4 firm. He has worked in Vietnam since 1995, and has advised many of the major foreign investors in Vietnam on structuring their operations here, and complying with the regulatory and tax framework. He specialises in M&A and has advised on numerous transactions both in Vietnam and the wider region, leading legal and tax due diligence reviews.

During his 20 years working in Vietnam, Richard has helped many clients to resolve various taxation issues with the authorities. These often relate to issues raised during periodic tax audits of companies by provincial tax departments. Richard also works on policy issues and representing industry groups in discussions with the central tax authorities or Ministry of Finance.

In resolving these matters, Richard is assisted by PwC's specialist government liaison team, which has developed strong contacts with all levels of the tax administration – from provincial tax department to ministry and government level.

Richard has also worked extensively in the region, providing legal and tax services to PwC's clients in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia.

Richard was admitted as a PwC partner in 1999, and is now chairman of PwC Vietnam.

Richard holds a bachelor's degree in economics, and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). He is also a certified public accountant (CPA) in Vietnam.

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Fred Burke

Baker & McKenzie

Thi Bich (Hahn) Ho

KPMG

Duong Thuy Hoang

KPMG

Thi Kieu Nga Le

KPMG

Nam Nguyen

PwC

Thanh Vinh Nguyen

Baker & McKenzie

Nguyen Huu Phuoc

Phuoc & Partners

Jack Sheehan

DFDL

Huong Vu

EY

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