Matthew Mui has over 20 years’ experience in providing China tax and business advisory services to multinationals, Chinese domestic and Hong Kong enterprises covering a wide range of industries. He started his tax professional career from Hong Kong, and on July 2000 he was admitted as partner to the Beijing office of PwC China.
With his extensive experience, he is now leading China/Hong Kong National Tax Policy Services as well as China Tax Controversy Services for TAX Practice of PwC China.
In his capacity as National Tax Policy Services Partner, he supports the Practice nationally in respect of capturing the latest tax and business regulatory developments, exploring tax efficiency opportunities for clients, and sharing professional experience with the Practice members. He has very closed working relationship with all the key departments of the Chinese State Administration of Taxation (SAT). In particular, he is often invited to offer views and recommendations in the course of its state tax policy formulation.
Due to this familiarity with the key tax policy makers and the processes behind Chinese tax policy-making. Matthew has the advantage of appreciating the motivations behind tax policies and the approach of implementing the tax policies, and is in a strong position to communicate taxpayer views to the SAT and Ministry of Finance. Thus, Matthew’s unique calibre has proved to be very helpful in preventing, managing, and resolving tax controversies between taxpayers and the tax policy makers in China.
Matthew Mui is fluent in Putonghua, English and Cantonese. He is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.