Henry Chan, EY Greater China Managing Partner, Tax
Being adaptive to everchanging business environments is a must for companies to thrive.

Henry Chan

EY Greater China Managing Partner, Tax

Tax and business advisory veteran. Active contributor to China’s tax policy initiatives.

Areas of focus Tax Tax controversy
Office Beijing

Henry is the EY Greater China Managing Partner of Tax and has 30 years of experience in providing tax and business advisory services.

He is a veteran of advising multinational corporations on foreign exchange, permanent establishment issues, treaty relief application, strategy for tax controversy, and tax efficient supply chain management. He also supports Chinese enterprises in going aboard and advises them on overseas investment and business.

How Henry is building a better working world

It is the responsibility of EY to ensure clients are constantly adaptive to everchanging business environments where they operate. As cross-border trade and investment prevail, it is critical for companies to understand tax policy trends. At EY, Henry keeps clients posted with tax trends, helping them anticipate tax changes, quantify potential effects and make informed decisions.

As China continues its tax reforms, he actively engages and communicates with tax authorities, giving them the business community’s perspectives on tax policy initiatives. In this way, Henry connects companies with policymakers, helping both sides grasp all the implications of tax policies to businesses.

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