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Indonesia

Ay Tjhing Phan


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PwC Indonesia

Plaza 89

Jl HR Rasuna Said Kav X-7/6

Jakarta 12940

Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 528 90658

Email: ay.tjhing.phan@id.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Ay Tjhing Phan is the head of tax and transfer pricing leader in PwC Indonesia with many years' experience in various taxation fields. She has also gained valuable international experience working in PwC Australia's transfer pricing group based in Melbourne.

She has extensive experience in tax planning, restructuring and modelling for various business ventures. She has been involved in numerous tax advisory assignments on corporate mergers and acquisitions, tax due diligence investigations, cross-border transfer pricing issues and defence cases, handling tax refunds and tax dispute resolution cases.

During the course of her career, she has advised multiple companies on the design and implementation of tax efficient strategies such as corporate mergers, acquisitions, tax structuring and tax due diligence. In addition, she has advised on the design and implementation of transfer pricing policies and strategies for all transaction types including domestic and cross-border transactions.

Ay Tjhing is well established in handling tax controversies and dispute resolution as she is a member of the Indonesian Tax Consultant Association, the International Fiscal Association and is a licensed proxy of the Indonesian Tax Court.

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Yan Hardyana


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Deloitte Tax Solutions / Deloitte Indonesia

The Plaza Office Tower 33rd Floor

Jl MH Thamrin Kav 28-30

Jakarta 10350

Indonesia

Tel: +62-21 2992 3100

Fax: +62-21 2992 8303

Email: yhardyana@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Yan is a director in Deloitte Tax Solutions with 10 years of experience in taxation. He has extensive experience serving local and multinational clients from various industries such as energy and resources companies, manufacturing companies, construction, telecommunication, advertising, and services companies.

He has been substantially involved in various restructuring and tax planning projects in Indonesia. His tax advisory roles have covered a broad range of tax services including tax dispute and tax audit resolutions for various industries and he has acted as a legal proxy for appeals before the tax court. In particular, Yan has been regularly involved in undertaking various tax reviews and due diligence projects.

He also specialised in VAT and M&A in the practice. He has experience as a speaker in external trainings and seminars which focus on VAT and M&A issues.

Yan graduated in 2004 from Universitas Padjadjaran (UNPAD), majoring in accounting. He has completed the Indonesian tax consulting exam, certificate C level and has held a tax consultant practice license since 2010.

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Carlo Navarro


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Deloitte Tax Solutions / Deloitte Indonesia

The Plaza Office Tower 33rd Floor

Jl MH Thamrin Kav 28-30

Jakarta 10350

Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 2992 3100

Fax: +62 21 2992 8303

Email: canavarro@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Carlo Navarro is a senior technical adviser in Deloitte Tax Solutions who specialises in transfer pricing, international corporate re-structuring and planning, cross-border taxation, and tax-effective supply chain transformations. Before joining Deloitte, Carlo has led transfer pricing and international tax practices of a Big 4 firm and has more than 16 years of experience working in various jurisdictions in Southeast Asia as an international tax and transfer pricing practitioner.

Carlo is a leading transfer pricing controversy practitioner in Indonesia, having successfully assisted taxpayers in the biggest transfer pricing audit cases in Indonesia. He is well known for his amicable dispute resolution strategies. His extensive experience in transfer pricing controversy, ranging from audits to appeals and bilateral dispute resolution such as APAs and MAPs, has given Deloitte its market leading reputation in controversy work.

He has published various articles in international tax journals, covering issues on permanent establishments, taxation and transfer pricing aspects of business re-structuring, and the latest developments in the area of transfer pricing in Southeast Asia. He completed his post-graduate studies at Harvard Law School, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, US and his law and political science degrees with honours from the University of the Philippines.

In 2011 and 2013, he was voted by Expert Guides as a leading transfer pricing adviser in Indonesia in its guide to the world's leading transfer pricing advisers. He is recognised by World Tax (2013), a publication of the International Tax Review, for his market leading transfer pricing expertise. Under his leadership, Deloitte Indonesia was cited as a leading transfer pricing firm in Indonesia by World Transfer Pricing Guide in 2013.

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Cindy Sukiman


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Deloitte Tax Solutions / Deloitte Indonesia

The Plaza Office Tower 33rd Floor

Jl MH Thamrin Kav 28-30

Jakarta 10350

Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 2992 3100

Fax: +62 21 2992 8303

Email: csukiman@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Cindy Sukiman is a partner in Deloitte Tax Solutions with more than 14 years of experience in taxation.

Cindy has extensive experience serving a broad range of multinational and large national clients, energy & resources companies, manufacturing companies, consumer business companies and services companies. He has been substantially involved in various restructuring and tax planning projects in Indonesia. His tax advisory roles have covered a broad range of tax services including tax dispute/tax audit resolutions for various industries and acted as a legal proxy for appeals before the Tax Court. In particular, Cindy has been regularly involved in undertaking various tax reviews and due diligence projects.

Cindy has completed the Indonesian Tax Consulting Exam, certificate C level. He is also a frequent speaker at conferences nationally and abroad focusing on mergers & acquisitions (M&A) and energy & resources (E&R). Cindy is Deloitte Indonesia's M&A tax leader, and E&R tax leader.

Cindy holds a master of business administration in finance from Michigan State University, US, and a bachelor of science in agricultural engineering from Bogor Agricultural University (IPB).

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Turmanto Turmanto


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Deloitte Tax Solutions / Deloitte Indonesia

The Plaza Office Tower 33rd Floor

Jl MH Thamrin Kav 28-30

Jakarta 10350

Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 2992 3100

Fax: +62 21 2992 8303

Email: tturmanto@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Turmanto is a partner in Deloitte Tax Solutions. Turmanto has extensive experience in serving a broad range of multinational clients in various industries: energy companies, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and services companies for more than 20 years in the taxation consulting world with several other Big 4 consulting firms.

Aside from leading the tax function's value added tax (VAT) and customs services, he has performed substantial work on corporate tax compliances, tax due diligence reviews, tax diagnostic reviews and various tax reviews to identify tax exposures, and provides clients with solutions and alternatives to reduce potential tax exposure.

He also has extensive experience in mergers & acquisitions projects in Indonesia, representing clients in various corporate and VAT dispute resolutions either in the tax office or representing clients before the Indonesian Tax Court.

Turmanto is a graduate in fiscal administration from the University of Indonesia, and is a licensed Tax Court attorney. His professional affiliations include the Indonesian Tax Court – licensed proxy, completed tax consulting exam – Brevet C level, and Deloitte International Corporate Tax School and Workshop. He is also a certified customs expert.

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Ali Widodo


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PwC Indonesia

Plaza 89

Jl HR Rasuna Said Kav X-7/6

Jakarta 12940

Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 528 90623

Email: ali.widodo@id.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Ali is a partner in PwC Indonesia's tax and legal services group with many years of experience in various taxation fields. He has been serving both local and multinational corporations of varying sizes involved in a range of activities, including consumer/industrial products, manufacturing, automotive, palm oil plantation, manufacturing, trading, and telecommunication.

During the course of his career Ali has been actively involved in providing strategic tax advice in relation to corporate restructuring, merger & acquisition, international taxation, as well as handling tax refunds and tax dispute resolution cases. He also has extensive experience in handling various tax due diligence assignments and tax diagnostic reviews.

Ali holds a bachelor of law from Gajah Mada State University, Yogyakarta–Indonesia, a bachelor of economics from Atmajaya Catholic University, Yogyakarta-Indonesia and an MBA from Daniel's School of Business, University of Denver, Colorado-US. He is a member of the Indonesian Tax Consultant Association, is a certified tax consultant, and also a licensed proxy of the Indonesian Tax Court.

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