With about 20 years Chinese tax and international tax experiences, Wendy is a tax partner of PwC China firm. She mainly assists multinational companies on structuring the investment into and out of China, M&A, and other Chinese taxes related matters.
Prior to joint PwC China, Wendy was a tax Partner / Principal in another Big Four international accounting firms between 1998 and 2006 both in United States and China. She worked on numerous cross border transactions including procurement, manufacturing, financing, cross border supply chain issues and transfer pricing. She assisted many multinational companies in developing tax strategies for their operations in China and was also a member of that firm's global Supply Chain team.
Between 1988 - 1996, Wendy was a Principal Supervising Agent, State Administration of Taxation, People's Republic of China and was mainly responsible for making tax policies related to foreign investment and foreign expatriates working in China. She participated as part of the negotiating team in income tax treaty negotiations with various countries, drafted the transfer pricing regulations, and Income Tax Regulations for the Income Tax Law for Foreign Invested Enterprises that has been effective since 1991.
Wendy published a lot of articles related to China, including Chinese tax developments overview (BNA Daily Tax Report (2006)), Chinese holding companies (International Tax Review (2004)), M&A developments and strategies in China (US / International Tax Strategies, (2003)), Corporate income tax reform in China (Practical Asian tax Strategies (2003)). She is one of the frequent lecturers for various events, including high-tech tax conference.
Wendy received a Master in Taxation from University of Denver, USA 1997, a Master of Arts in Economics from Georgia State University, USA in 1994, a Master in Public Finance, Fiscal Science Research Institute (Beijing), in 1988, and Bachelor major in Economics, Nankai University, 1985.
She is certified tax agent in China.