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Taiwan

Glendy Yuan

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Deloitte Taiwan

12th Floor, Hung Tai Financial Plaza

156 Min Sheng East Road, Sec 3, Taipei 10596

Taiwan

Tel: +886 2 25459988; ext 3371

Email: glendyyuan@deloitte.com.tw

Glendy Yuan is a tax partner for Deloitte Taiwan and has more than 20 years of experience in tax advisory and tax controversy. She is the leading tax partner for Deloitte Taiwan's tax controversy services as well as the leading tax partner for the global financial services industry for Deloitte Taiwan.

Her previous tenure at Arthur Andersen Taiwan included roles as a partner and senior manager of T.N. Soong & Co.

At the moment Glendy's main focus includes tax advisory services in relation to M&A, investment consultation and consultancy services for inbound tax issues, tax compliance, transfer pricing, and tax controversy.

She is very experienced in helping clients through each stage of a tax controversy, including re-examination application, tax appeal with the Ministry of Finance, filing tax law suits with related courts, and even filing petitions for the interpretation of the Taiwanese Constitution.

Her experience spans multiple industries including financial services, manufacturing, consumer products and private equity funds. In addition, Glendy understands the local tax environment and how the Taiwanese tax authorities function.

Glendy holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from National Chung Hsin University and she is a certified public accountant and enrolled patent attorney-in-fact. Glendy is a member of the Taipei City CPA Association, a member of the Taiwan Provincial CPA Association, and director of the Taipei City Tax Attorney Association.

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