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Companies need to incorporate local and international tax policy developments into business planning to more effectively manage local and cross-border tax controversies and mitigate tax exposure.

Sui Fun Chai

EY Asean International Tax Policy and Controversy Leader; Partner, Transfer Pricing, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP

Vast experience in international tax policy and controversy matters. Former assistant commissioner of tax policy and international tax for Singapore government.

Sui Fun is EY Asean International Tax Policy and Controversy Leader and Partner, Transfer Pricing at Ernst & Young Solutions LLP in Singapore. With extensive experience as a senior tax administrator, an in-house global tax director and a tax adviser, she focuses on helping businesses in international tax policy and controversy matters.

Sui Fun was previously the assistant commissioner of tax policy and international tax at Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore and represented the Singapore government in tax treaty negotiations, competent authority discussions to resolve cross-border tax disputes and other international tax matters.

She has worked closely with many MNCs across various industries to manage complex cross-border tax controversies and help mitigate related tax exposure. These include addressing tax issues that arise from business transformation, establishing robust transfer pricing policies and practices, as well as formulating and implementing tax risk mitigation and tax defense strategies.

How Sui Fun is building a better working world

“As the digital age facilitates information sharing and tax authorities’ scrutiny on cross-border transactions, companies are under greater pressure to stay on top of tax policy trends worldwide in tax and business planning.

With my extensive international tax policy and controversy experience, I help businesses to understand the tax implications of their cross-border transactions and develop strategies that identify options to mitigate tax risks. I also engage with tax authorities to help companies resolve tax disputes with their business goals in mind.”

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