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Changing regulations, growing scrutiny by tax authorities aided by technology and tax implications across numerous transactions are key issues that must be addressed in indirect tax compliance.

Danny Koh

Partner, Indirect Tax – Goods and Services Tax, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP

Passionate about helping companies manage indirect tax compliance requirements. Ardent Arsenal fan. Happily married with two children.

Areas of focus Tax compliance Tax planning
Office Singapore, SG

Danny is experienced in providing various indirect tax services to multinationals and Singapore-listed companies across a wide range of industries.

He leads his team to perform Singapore goods and services tax (GST) compliance reviews for businesses under the Assisted Compliance Assurance Programme and Assisted Self-help Kit administered by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS). He also helps companies to seek favorable GST rulings from the IRAS and leads indirect tax engagements in the Asia-Pacific region for multinationals.

Danny is often invited to be a facilitator for various GST courses at the Tax Academy of Singapore and is recognized as a leading indirect tax practitioner by the International Tax Review.

He holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

How Danny is building a better working world

“With a growing number of jurisdictions relying on indirect taxes as an important source of tax revenue, it is inevitable that tax authorities will conduct more audits with increasing sophistication and granularity to enforce compliance. I help companies to navigate the intricacies of different indirect tax systems in the Asia-Pacific region. This allows them to remain compliant with increasingly complex regulations as well as avoid tax arrears and penalties resulting from non-compliance.”

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