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||Terry Tam is a tax partner of our US Tax Consulting Group in Shanghai. He has over nineteen years experience working with multinational companies and private equity funds in Hong Kong, China, and the US. |
Terry serves as Asia Pacific leader of Tax Accounting Services. He has extensive experience in working with management on ASC 740 and uncertain tax positions review and documentation. In addition, Terry’s experience includes tax process redesign, tax department restructure, tax controls reviews and other re-engineering services designed to improve the effectiveness of the tax function.
Terry is also leading the FATCA initiative and implementation in China. He has had extensive discussions with major financial institutions in China regarding FATCA and helped them understand the impact of FATCA on their regional and global businesses. He is a frequent speaker of numerous FATCA seminars for China financial institutions and Banking Associations. He has also coordinated with PwC Global Firm in providing assistance to the branches of global financial institutions in China for their FATCA implementation.
Terry has worked closely with companies’ management both in China and the US in areas of federal, state, and international tax issues.
Terry has in-depth and practical experience in consulting China companies on US and international tax planning for international operations, cross-border financing, and acquisitions in the US.
Terry has extensive experience of providing US tax consulting services for financial institutions. Terry has assisted on-shore and off-shore private equity funds in the fund structuring and tax planning during the fund raising stage. He has also advised fund management and US individual, institutional, and tax-exempt investors to achieve optimal tax planning.
Terry is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. Terry graduated from Golden Gate University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He had worked in the San Francisco office of PwC US for twelve years then transferred to PwC Hong Kong in 2005 before he moved to Shanghai in 2008.