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Adriana has extensive international experience with Big Four and mid-tier firms advising multinational companies in the areas of corporate and international taxation across South America, the US, Australia and the Asia Pacific Region. In Asia Pacific and based in Singapore Adriana has specialised in the area of Transfer Pricing advising Multinationals on how to manage their transfer pricing risks across a wide range of industries, business models and type of transactions.
As a transfer pricing leader, Adriana has been up-skilling the accounting and tax professionals in Singapore since 2016 with training roles
at Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals, Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants and Singapore Institute of Technology.
Adriana is also frequently invited by the tax profession and IRAS to provide input on how IRAS should administrate the transfer pricing
legislation in Singapore.
With more than 20 years of practical GST experience gained from working at Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore as a tax auditor and big
four accounting firm (PwC) as a tax advisor, Eddie is the subject matter expert you go to when you need advice on goods and services tax
He is an accredited tax advisor (GST) with Singapore Chartered Tax Professional and he speaks regularly at public GST workshops and seminars. The primary objective of conducting workshops and seminars is to share the knowledge gained from his experience and his long-term goal is to digitalise the knowledge so that it can be easily accessed by others.
Eddie is a GST advisor by profession and he finds joy in solving your GST problem. Having led 43 multi-national companies to Assisted Compliance Assurance Programme (“ACAP”) premium status, he now advises clients on the best practices that should be in place to prevent and detect GST errors. Eddie is currently a Tax Director with Jed Tax Consulting.
Managing intragroup finance in Asia can come with several challenges from macroeconomic issues to tax and transfer pricing.
Multinational enterprises (MNEs) must not only navigate global transfer pricing regulations but also be aware of the economic climate to maintain tax efficiency and adhere to the arm's length standard.
Global minimum tax is a tax policy proposal that would require large multinational corporations to pay a minimum tax rate on their profits, regardless of where they are located.