Photographic portrait of Jason Mi
Business and family succession is more complex than ever. Building a sustainable family governance and risk management model can help family and its businesses to seek certainty and better protection in the current rapidly changing environment.

Jason Mi

EY Greater China Private Tax Co-leader and EY Greater China Technology, Media and Entertainment, and Telecommunications Market Segment Co-leader

Passionate about advising challenging cross-border people and risk issues. Fosters Collaboration. Loves painting, golf and spending time with family.

Office Beijing

As an EY Greater China Private Tax Co-leader, Jason provides support to Chinese companies and individuals with complex global tax, risk management, immigration, business and family succession challenges. 

Jason has 27 years of rich working experience. His skills include cross-border tax planning, executive compensation, pre-IPO and family trust planning, share incentive scheme design and planning, mobility policy and process advisory, etc. His career has included postings in Los Angeles, London, Shanghai and Beijing.

Jason holds a Master of Taxation degree from the Golden Gate University, San Francisco, and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Accounting from the California State University.

How Jason is building a better working world

Jason constantly seeks out new business solutions for clients. He also motivates his own team members to reach their full potential, believing that their contributions will create value and be appreciated, thereby supporting EY’s mission of building a better working world.

In addition, Jason volunteers at various chambers of commerce and academic organizations in China to share experience and insights on tax policy development and to advocate for a fair working environment.

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