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Introducing ITR's Thailand correspondent: HLB Thailand

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HLB Thailand is ITR's country correspondent for Thailand

Experts from HLB Thailand exclusively cover the latest tax and transfer pricing issues, developments and insights from the Thai market.

Firm overview

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E: hlb@hlbthailand.com




HLB Thailand is one of Thailand’s leading professional services firms with expertise in tax advisory including transfer pricing, audit and assurance, and outsourcing. HLB Thailand’s client base covers a variety of industries including construction, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and hospitality. The firm has offices in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, and Phuket.



The firm’s tax practice is led by co-managing partners, Andrew Jackomos and Paul Ashburn.



HLB Thailand is a member of HLB International – a global network of independent advisory and accounting firms located in 160 countries, with almost 30,000 partners and staff in 760 offices worldwide. In 2020, HLB was announced as ‘Network of the Year’ at the 2020 Digital Accountancy Awards.



Key practitioners

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Areas of practice in Thailand

  • International tax

  • Transfer pricing

  • Corporate tax and indirect taxation

  • Expatriate tax

  • Private client tax services

  • Tax dispute resolution

  • M&A tax structuring and due diligence


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