Southeast Asian Tax Specialist Joins Andersen Hungary

Appointments

Ngwe Lin Myat Chit, who worked for 10 years in Cambodia, Myanmar and Singapore for various consulting firms, including VDB Loi which is Andersen’s collaborating partner in the region, joined Andersen Hungary in January 2023.

Opening up to Far East markets has emerged as a new strategic element of Andersen’s medium-term plans, the company says, adding that its goal is to approach those Asian businesses and large corporations which have operating investments, sites, manufacturing capacities, or subsidiaries in Hungary, or are laying the groundwork for such investments. The signing of an experienced Southeast Asian tax specialist was an important step in this process.

The recently hired expert has an extensive background in both direct and indirect taxes, particularly in the area of corporate tax structuring, cross-border tax planning, tax optimization of commercial contracts, tax due diligence, tax compliance, and tax dispute matters for a wide range of industries.

In her new role, she is responsible for Asian-focused business developments not only for Hungary but also for other Central European countries by collaborating with Andersen firms in the region as well as other Andersen collaborating firms in Asia. 

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