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Vietnam

Nam Nguyen


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PwC Vietnam

4th floor, Sai Gon Tower

29 Le Duan, District 1

Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam

Tel: +84 8 3823 0796 ext. 1501

Email: nam.nguyen@vn.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Nam Nguyen is a tax partner of PwC Vietnam. He has more than 20 years of work experience as a tax adviser with Big 4 firms in Vietnam. Through these years, he has developed excellent relationships with tax authorities at both national and local levels. He meets regularly with tax authorities and regulators to address tax issues on behalf of his clients and participates actively in public forums advocating for positive tax reforms and legislative changes.

Nam has gained unrivalled expertise and extensive hands-on experience in tax controversy and dispute resolution, as he has been involved in a number of the largest, most complex, and unprecedented tax disputes in Vietnam.

Nam obtained graduate and postgraduate education in Australia and holds a master's degree in professional accounting. He is a fellow member of CPA Australia and a member of KICPA (Cambodia). He is also an elected board member of the Vietnam Tax Consultants' Association (VTCA) through which he received awards from Vietnam's Minister of Finance (2011) and Prime Minister (2013) for his excellent contributions to the promotion of tax laws and policies and the development of the tax profession in Vietnam.

He was first recognised by International Tax Review as one of the tax controversy leaders in Vietnam in 2013.

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